UPDATE Dec. 20, 2017: The sister of a Connecticut woman fatally shot in a Fitbit murder case has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the victim's husband claiming he shot her in the head and then made a claim on her life insurance policy, The Daily Mail reports.

Sept. 27, 2016

UPDATE Dec. 20, 2017: Cal Harris, who was acquitted last year after four murder trials, was arrested Friday night on a drunken-driving charge related to a property damage accident in Cortland County, according to state police, USA Today reports.

Troopers said they received a 911 call around 7:23 p.m. about a hit-and-run accident on Interstate 81 South in the Town of Preble. A GMC Sierra pickup truck allegedly sideswiped the 911 caller's vehicle while both were traveling on I-81.

Harris, 56, of Owego, was identified by troopers as the driver of the Sierra pickup. Troopers said he registered a blood alcohol content of 0.13 percent, which is above the legal limit of 0.08 percent.

Harris was charged with misdemeanor counts of driving while intoxicated, driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 percent or greater, and the following infractions: moving from lane unsafely, leaving the scene of a property damage accident and a license plate violation. He was ticketed to appear in Preble Town Court on Jan. 9.

Sept. 27, 2016

He was accused of murdering his wife and put on trial not once -- but four separate times. Cal Harris is coming straight to Crime Watch Daily, and he has something to say to all those people who think he's guilty.

Michelle Sigona has the all-new interview.

The New York businessman continues to live under a dark cloud of suspicion after his wife vanished.

In an all-new interview with Crime Watch Daily, Cal is fighting back and revealing why he really thinks police put him in handcuffs and charged him with murder.

While Cal Harris awaited word on whether or not he would face his third murder trial, his defense team decided to go on the offense.

Not only were they going to win the case this time, they were also hoping to solve it.

Cal Harris's life could only be described as a terrifying roller-coaster ride.

Two times he was found guilty of murder. Two times those convictions would be overturned.

Cal Harris's lawyers did some digging and they believed they found two other potential suspects.

Today -- for the very first time -- one of those men is breaking their silence to Crime Watch Daily.

Crime Watch Daily reached out to the New York State Police, who said "we appreciate the opportunity but we will decline responding to his allegations."

Former Tioga County District Attorney Gerald Keene never responded to request for comment.

And current Tioga County District Attorney Kirk Martin responded, saying he has no comment.