A former FBI agent who reviewed evidence in the murder case against Barry Morphew testified in court that Morphew appears to have been chasing his wife Suzanne Morphew around their Colorado home the day before Suzanne was reported missing.
As previously reported, Suzanne Morphew vanished on Mother’s Day weekend in 2020. A year later, her husband was arrested and charged with multiple counts, including first-degree murder. Suzanne’s body has not been found.
Barry Morphew appeared in court last week for a preliminary hearing to review evidence in the case. Now-retired FBI agent John Grusing gave extensive testimony. As Oxygen reports, Grusing said on the stand that cell phone data reviewed by investigators indicate that Barry was “chasing” his wife around their Maysville home on the afternoon of May 9, 2020. Suzanne was not seen alive past that time.
As CrimeOnline previously reported, investigators revealed in court that communication data showed that Suzanne had been having a long-distance affair with a former high school classmate from her hometown in Indiana. Suzanne was reportedly messaging with that man on LinkedIn that Saturday, before her husband returned home.
Barry Morphew told police he had been shooting squirrels in his backyard on May 9, 2020, 9 News reports.
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