More details emerging in the case again the husband of missing mom Suzanne Morphew. Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office Undersheriff Andy Rohrich testified that photos taken of Barry Morphew shortly after Suzanne’s disappearance showed numerous superficial injuries, including cuts and scrapes on his upper arms that may be fingernail scratches.
Barry Morphew also had injuries on the outside of his hands, but it is unclear if investigators believe all of those injuries were recent.
Rohrich also presented findings in court that suggested Suzanne Morphew did not flee her Maysville, Colorado, home. Her wallet–reportedly full of cash–was found in her 2015 Range Rover. Also in the wallet or the car were Suzanne’s credit cards, driver’s license, and a medical card showing she had a cancer treatment scheduled for the Monday after she was reported missing.
Investigators found two of three books in the Morphew home that are believed to have been important to Suzanne: A Bible and Alcoholics Anonymous book. Detectives were also advised to look for a journal. While they didn’t find an intact journal, investigators reportedly found possible evidence of a journal burned in the fireplace.
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