The district attorney who filed murder charges against Barry Morphew in connection with his missing wife in Chaffee County now faces an investigation of herself.
Barry Morphew, who faced murder charges related to the disappearance of his wife Suzanne, was in court Tuesday trying to get his belongings back that were taken by authorities during their investigation.
Barry Morphew, who once was facing murder charges tied to the disappearance of his wife, is in court today, Oct. 25th, to try to reclaim property that was seized by authorities.
Barry Morphew is looking to reclaim property that was seized by authorities.
Barry Morphew was in a Salida courtroom yesterday where he pleaded guilty to forgery of a government issued document for voting with his missing wife’s ballot in the 2020 election and received a one-year deferred sentence and community service.
Barry Morphew appeared in a Chaffee County courtroom yesterday on his voting fraud charges. He is accused of casting a ballot for Donald Trump in his missing wife’s name months after she vanished in 2020.
The Colorado Supreme Court has suspended the law license of 11th Judicial District Attorney Linda Stanley.
It’s been two years since Suzanne Morphew vanished on Mother’s Day 2020. In a rare public appearance, Barry Morphew says “I love my wife and I just want her to be found.”
Judge Ramsey Lama, who would have presided over the Barry Morphew murder trial in Canon City, has resigned.
Chaffee County Sheriff John Spezze says that he is “disappointed in the delay”, but he remains committed to the investigation and the ultimate prosecution of Barry Morphew.
Barry Morphew is a free man.
The murder trial for Barry Morphew will move forward.