Mapps’ estranged wife in disbelief
She recalls marital struggles
Harry Mapps’ struggles with alcohol cost him his marriage and his job, his estranged wife said Thursday.
Sandy Mapps said she never suspected him of murder, however.
“He was very, very soft-spoken, very calm — never even raised his voice,” Sandy Mapps told KRDO-TV, The Pueblo Chieftain’s news partner.
Mapps, 59, is the prime suspect in the Nov. 27 triple homicide of Reginald and Kim Tuttle and their daughter, 33-year-old Dawn Roderick.