The man accused of killing a family in their Rye home and then setting the house on fire has been arrested in Oklahoma.
Harry Mapps was arrested Saturday evening at a motel in Roland, Oklahoma.
Mapps faces charges of first degree murder, arson, theft, identity theft and forgery in connection to the deaths of Reginald and Kim Tuttle, and their daughter Dawn Roderick.
Taylor said money appeared to be the motive for the shootings. Authorities claimed Mapps stole checks made out to one of the victims and cashed them on the day of the fire. He also faces theft, identity theft and forgery charges.
Friends called the Tuttles generous and caring people.
“Kim and Reggie would help anyone who needed it,” said Winnie Owens, a friend and neighbor. “The hearts of everyone in this valley go out to that family.”
Kim Tuttle worked on the culinary staff at Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo.