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New court documents reveal problems with Barry Morpheu’s GPS surveillance after he was released from a Colorado prison last month, as well as a prosecutor’s request to modify the bond’s terms to keep him away from neighbors, who Had dialed 911 on the last Mother’s Day to report to his wife Suzanne. Morpheu was missing.

The first court document filed on September 20 – the same day Barry Morphew posted a $505,00 cash bond and was seen walking out of the Chaffee County Jail with his two daughters – was signed by Judge Patrick Murphy. Having previously been told that GPS monitoring was unavailable for Barry Morphew, the court spoke with a probation supervisor over the weekend, who said Intervention Inc., a private probation provider in the 11th District, was in fact providing a GPS monitor. could.


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According to court documents obtained by Granthshala 21 reporter Lauren Scharf, the intervention coordinator in Chaffee County has a “social relationship” with one of the Morphew children, who have read several documents about her. youtube In a video shared by the channel on Monday night.

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The document states that maintenance of the GPS unit will be through Intervention Inc.’s Fremont County office and monitoring will be through Intervention Inc.’s Jefferson County office. In addition to traveling outside Chaffee County to meet with his attorneys, Barry Morphew was also allowed to leave the county to service and maintain the GPS unit.

By the next morning, the executive director of Intervention Inc. wrote to inform the court that Barry Morphew had indeed reported being fitted for a GPS monitor, but that he was unable to pick up GPS or cell signals in the GPS monitor area. defendant’s house.

“Due to the lack of GPS and cell signal, the GPS monitor is unable to provide any communication, information or location points when the defendant approaches his area of ​​residence,” says the director. “Due to a lack of communication and location points, Intervention is unable to provide the Court with any battery or tamper warning information when the defendant is at or near his residence. Intervention respectfully further directions from the Court on continuous GPS monitoring requirements requests.”

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Later on the morning of September 21, 11th Judicial District Attorney Linda Stanley also issued a filing in court asking the judge to modify Barry Morphew’s bond terms to prevent him from living in an empty Airbnb property in the Monarch Estates subdivision. Can go Maysville, Colorado. The residence is located hundreds of yards from the house formerly owned by Suzanne and Barry Morphew.

He is living in the same neighborhood as Ritters, a couple who were neighbors to Barry and Susan Morphew and dialed 911 on May 10, 2020 – Mother’s Day – requesting that the Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office conduct a welfare check on Suzanne Because she never returned to ride a motorcycle. The couple, who may be witnesses at the trial, have requested that Barry Morpheus stay away from them.

It follows a woman, whom FBI investigators believe to be the girlfriend of Barry Morphew, who was arrested on charges of trespassing at the Puma Path property where Morphew lived at the time of Susan’s disappearance. Shoshona Darke was seen on surveillance video by the current owners of the house purportedly removing a package from their door. In his filing, Stanley explains that Barry Morphew currently pays rent on a residence in Salida, Colorado, which is near the courthouse, and where Shoshona Darke lives.

In an unrelated case, Darke is expected to return to court on Thursday for allegedly violating the terms of a restraining order. Morpheu’s next court appearance is next week on October 13. Barry Morphew is facing multiple charges, including first-degree murder and tampering with a dead human body in connection with the disappearance of Susan, whose body was never found.

Last month, a judge decided he had enough evidence to stand trial.