A man with ties to the Upper Peninsula will spend life in prison without parole after he was found guilty of murdering three people in Colorado last November.
Harry Mapps, 59, is a graduate of Kingsford High School.
He was sentenced Thursday in the 10th Judicial District Court of Pueblo, Colorado to three consecutive life sentences. Robbery, arson, and identity theft charges were dismissed.
Mapps shot Kim and Reggie Tuttle and their adult daughter, Dawn Roderick in November. Their bodies were found in the Tuttle’s home in Rye, Colorado after it was damaged by fire. Police say money appeared to be the motive of the murders.
Mapps was arrested in Oklahoma in December.
Court officials do not know where Mapps will serve his life sentences.