The District Attorney’s Office for the 11th District has released a statement asking the courts to reconsider Barry Morphew’s bond since he cannot be tracked at his current residence.
Morphew is residing in Chaffee County after posting $500,000 cash bond and awaits his trial date of May 3, 2022.
He is facing charges for the murder of his wife Suzanne Morphew who disappeared on Mother’s Day in 2020. Her body has not been found.
The company that is overseeing Morphew’s GPS monitoring is saying that they cannot track him at his current address due to its remote location.
The D.A.’s office added that they believe Morphew is living close to witnesses who will testify in the upcoming trial.
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