Lutsy was indicted by a grand jury for sexual abuse involving an 11-year-old boy, and during that investigation authorities found that he had 400 images of young boys in various sexual situations on his home computer.
Michael Del Giudice, his attorney, said his neighborhood is "trying to set him up" and sparked the recent check on his family's cellphones.
"They are calling the prosecutor's office and saying, 'He's here, he's there,' " Del Giudice said.
King and the attorneys discussed whether the limitation on family members was included in Lutsy's sentencing order and whether they understood it clearly.
"I want you to revoke his home confinement," Lord said. "But I know you aren't going to do that. It's the state's position that he has violated his home confinement rules.
"I'm asking you to make it clear to them that you all have to abide by the rules," she said.
King said he would confer with Home Confinement Chief Harry Carpenter to determine a final answer.
Del Giudice said Lutsy's wife and son would like their iPhones back but would keep them out of their home.
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