BRIDGEPORT — The Easton garbage-removal company mired in the killings of its husband-and-wife owners, allegedly at the hands of their son, is getting one of its garbage trucks back.

State Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin on Thursday ordered that the truck, seized as evidence in the double murder case against Kyle Navin, can be returned to the company.

Navin, dressed in an orange prison jumpsuit, told the judge through his lawyer, Eugene Riccio, that he had no objection to the return of the truck. State’s Attorney John Smriga told the judge the prosecution could use photographs of the vehicle in its case.

Christopher Carveth, who represents the estate of Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin, owners of J&J Refuse, told the judge the return of the truck is necessary to the company.

State Police seized two trucks in the case. The other, a pickup truck that is still being held, had Jeanette Navin’s blood in it, according to court papers. Police believe Navin shot his mother as she sat next to him in the truck with her seatbelt on.

The judge continued the case to March 16.

Navin is charged with two counts of murder and one count of murder under special circumstances, which carries the maximum term of life in prison without release.

Navin, the operations manager of his father’s Easton garbage collection company, is accused of separately shooting his parents to death and later hiding their bodies under debris in a friend’s yard in Weston.

His girlfriend, Jennifer Valiante, is charged with conspiracy to commit murder and hindering prosecution for allegedly helping him plan and cover up his parents’ deaths.