Tom Fallis on his way to Colorado to face charges for his wife’s death

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Tom Fallis mug shot. (Photo: Monroe County Sheriff's)

DENVER — Authorities in Indiana said late Tuesday night that murder suspect Tom Fallis was on his way to Colorado.

Fallis, a former sheriff’s deputy, is charged in connection with the shooting death of his wife, Ashley, almost three years ago. The shooting happened in the couple’s home in Evans early on New Year’s in 2012.

Her death was originally ruled a suicide.

But FOX31 Denver reporter Justin Joseph presented research from his investigative reporting that caused the Evans Police Department to reopen the case. Ashley Fallis’ family contended all along that she did not commit suicide.

It was just a couple of weeks ago that police arrested Fallis at his current home in Bloomington, Indiana where he moved with his children shortly after his wife’s death.

Weld County authorities say he had not arrived at their jail as of late Tuesday night.

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