By Jack Flynn | email@example.com on August 30, 2016 at 7:07 AM, updated August 30, 2016 at 1:22 PM SPRINGFIELD —A judge will hear arguments this week over evidence against a couple charged with having sex on the kitchen floor in front of their crying children. Lawyers for Adis A. Negron, 30, and Elias Alicea, 38, are scheduled to present motions to suppress evidence against their clients Wednesday in Springfield District Court. During a hearing last month, a judge gave defense lawyers Patrick Goodreau and Matthew Hutchinson until Aug. 17 to file motions to exclude evidence collected by Springfield police. The specific evidence the lawyers want excluded was not identified in court documents at the time, but motions to suppress often claim violations of Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure. No trial date has been set, but the couple has requested a jury trial. Alicea, meanwhile, had his pretrial release revoked last month after being arrested on charges of assault with a dangerous weapon and threatening to commit a crime. At a prosecutor's request, Judge William Boyle ordered Alicea held without right to bail for 90s days. Eleven months ago, Alicea and Negron were released on personal recognizance after pleading not guilty to open and gross lewdness. The charges were filed after Springfield police, responding to a neighbor's complaint, went to the couple's Haumont Avenue home on the evening of June 13, 2015. After hearing children crying inside, the officers entered and found the couple having sex on the kitchen floor in front of their three children, according to the arrest report. "The children were all visibly upset, crying, sobbing ... tears rolling down their cheeks while looking at their ... actions," the arrest report stated. Alicea was upset when he saw the officers, the report said. He stood up and ordered Negron to get dressed, saying: "Babe, go put on some (obscenity) clothes; I don't want the pigs to look at you." He then ordered the officers to "get the (obscenity) out" of his apartment. "I'm going to hurt someone if you don't leave now," he added, according to the report. After a brief struggle, Alicea was handcuffed and arrested. In addition to open and gross lewdness, he is charged with two counts of assault and battery on a police officer. Six pretrial hearings have been held since the couple were arraigned on Sept. 23. The prosecution has turned over several documents to the defense, including a tape of the 911 call made by a neighbor and reports from the state Department of Children and Families, which investigates allegations of child abuse and neglect. Negron, who was pregnant when she was arrested, told police that state child welfare officials were already familiar with the family, according to the police report. She initially denied having sex in front of the children, then looked away, the report said. "Sorry, it just happened. We had a lot to drink today," she said, according to the report.