More than four months after her disappearance, the search for missing Colorado biker Suzanne Morphew continues. Suzanne’s brother, Andy Moorman, organized a massive volunteer search that began on September 23. Hundreds of volunteers poured into Suzanne’s small town of Salida, where she had gone missing on May 10, and have now trekked over mountains and through forests in search of clues for three days. The search is expected to last until September 29.
As new details continue to emerge the Suzanne Morphew case, suspicion of Barry Morphew’s involvement in the disappearance of his wife has gained media traction this week. The Colorado woman went missing on Mother’s Day, May 10, after she allegedly went for a solo bike ride in the morning and failed to return. On the day that Suzanne went missing, her daughters were on a camping trip in another state while Barry was in Denver for a construction job.
The Colorado Department of Health and Environment has opened a new investigation into the controversial administration of ketamine to both Elijah McKnight and Elijah McClain in the summer of 2019.
On Mother’s Day, May 10th, 2020, Suzanne Morphew disappeared from Salida, Colorado after reportedly leaving for a morning bike ride. According to NBC News, a neighbor reported Suzanne missing after her teenaged daughters could not reach her whilst they were away on a camping trip. Suzanne’s husband, Barry Morphew, stated that the last time he saw his wife was early that morning when he left their house around 5 a.m. to tend to a landscaping job in Denver.
The brother of a missing Colorado woman is pleading with her husband to “step up to the plate” and cooperate with authorities.
Colorado authorities have offered a $14,000 reward for information about a house fire that killed a Senegalese family of 5, including two young children. The fire started around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday and killed Djibril and Adja Diol, and their 3-year-old daughter Kadidia. Also killed in the blaze was Djibril’s sister Hassan Diol and her daughter, Hawa Beye.
Authorities have launched a homicide investigation into a deadly house fire in Denver that took the lives of five people — including two children — early Wednesday morning.
Two months after the disappearance of Suzanne Morphew, the Colorado mom who went missing during a Mother’s Day bike ride, investigators have returned to her home to search for answers.
Colorado authorities have arrested a couple for allegedly killing their 11-year-old son by forcing him to drink four 24-ounce bottles of water in four hours.
Ryan, 41, and 42-year-old Tara Sabin are facing first-degree murder, child abuse resulting in death and six counts of misdemeanor child abuse charges in the March 11 death of 11-year-old Zachary Sabin.
A probable cause statement released on Thursday said an argument over a man asking his dog to poop led to a deadly shooting in the Ballpark neighborhood on Wednesday.
A lawsuit alleges that William Styler III made up his confession in the murder of Nancy Pfister in order to clear his then-wife from being prosecuted for the same crime.
A Colorado woman was charged with attempted first-degree murder after she allegedly drove her car with a 5-year-old passenger inside over an embankment Wednesday, according to the Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office.
When it comes to Denver International Airport (DIA), there are many conspiracy theories floating around. Everything from the barbed wire fence along the perimeter facing inwards (supposedly to keep hypothetical prisoners within), to the dark subliminal messaging that could be extracted from the murals painted on larger walls scattered throughout the terminals, has been theorized.
Nobody knew how the coronavirus, with its historic stay-at-home order from the governor, would influence and inspire crime across Colorado.
Police in Colorado are searching for a missing mother who was last seen going for a bike ride on Mother’s Day.
On Sunday, Suzanne Morphew, 49, from Maysville, was reported missing after she went for a bike ride and didn’t come home, the Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
Investigators believe the couple took their 2-year-old daughter with them
Remains have been located in Florida that police have tentatively identified as belonging to Gannon Stauch, a missing 11-year-old Colorado boy, the El Paso County Sheriff of Colorado announced.
His stepmother, Letecia “Tecia” Stauch, was arrested in early March on murder, child abuse and tampering charges in connection with his death.
For nearly a decade, two Colorado funeral home operators illegally sold body parts — and, in some cases, entire bodies — without families knowing about it and often gave them ashes that didn’t belong to their loved ones, federal prosecutors announced on Tuesday.
Megan Hess, 43, and her mother, Shirley Koch, 66, were indicted this month on nine counts of mail fraud and transportation of hazardous materials, according to court documents.
The Black Monarch Hotel website speaks of bar fights gone wrong and the town of Victor hosting countless miners during the gold rush in the late 1800s; there was even a fire that swept away the entire city in 1899. It stands to reason that some hardships befell guests of the Monarch brothel, saloon, and casino during its heyday, leaving their spirits to roam the halls.
Human remains found in Florida are believed to be those of a Colorado boy reported missing in January by his stepmother, who was later arrested and charged with killing him, authorities said Friday.
Federal authorities arrested the operators of a Colorado funeral home accused of selling body parts or entire bodies without the consent of families.
Megan Hess, 43, and her mother, 66-year-old Shirley Koch, were arrested Tuesday and charged with six counts of mail fraud and three counts of illegal transportation of hazardous materials, The Daily Sentinel reports.
Gannon was last seen Jan. 27, the same day his stepmom reported him missing.
Six years ago, 20-year-old Terrell Ephriam was found stabbed to death at the Sand Creek Greenway Open Space near East 28th Avenue and Wheeling Street in Aurora.
A manhunt is underway for a Colorado man wanted in connection with a spate of weekend shootings that left two people dead and a third wounded, investigators said.
Denver police say the search for a woman who was last seen on Sunday at Terreno Macizo nightclub is now over.
Thanks to a listener, the podcast helped lead to the arrest of James Curtis Clanton, a former Colorado resident who is now a suspect in the 1980 killing of 21-year-old Helene Pruszynski.
Jury selection has begun in the trial of a Colorado rancher suspected of killing his flight instructor fiance and burning her body on his property.