More Videos

Car crashes into Boise crowd 0:18

Car crashes into Boise crowd

Valley County's new coroner says Idaho laws on handling bodies are vague 1:12

Valley County's new coroner says Idaho laws on handling bodies are vague

How your local beer gets from the tank to the can 1:27

How your local beer gets from the tank to the can

DeMarcus Lawrence's Boise State highlights 1:39

DeMarcus Lawrence's Boise State highlights

Jay Ajayi's Boise State highlights 1:56

Jay Ajayi's Boise State highlights

Boise State guard Eric Quevedo: 'feels good knowing what it's like to be sore' 5:14

Boise State guard Eric Quevedo: 'feels good knowing what it's like to be sore'

Boise State safety DeAndre Pierce loves turnover belt, hopes it can be upgraded 5:14

Boise State safety DeAndre Pierce loves turnover belt, hopes it can be upgraded

Is Boise ready for small but close-to-Downtown modular homes? 1:19

Is Boise ready for small but close-to-Downtown modular homes?

Week 4 Treasure Valley top high school football plays 3:29

Week 4 Treasure Valley top high school football plays

Local doctor outlines five things that need to happen to fix health care in U.S. 2:36

Local doctor outlines five things that need to happen to fix health care in U.S.

  • After 20 years in prison, Chris Tapp is released aided by Idaho Innocence Project

    On March 22, Chris Tapp was released early from prison after serving 20 years for the rape and murder of Angie Dodge in Idaho Falls in 1996. Following nearly 30 hours of interrogation, Tapp confessed to assisting in the crime. Even though DNA collected at the scene does not match Tapp or any of the people he confessed to helping commit the crime, a jury convicted him of aiding and abetting in the rape and murder of Dodge. With the help of Idaho Innocence Project and Dodge's mother, Carol, Tapp has been released early from prison and a search is on for the real killer.

On March 22, Chris Tapp was released early from prison after serving 20 years for the rape and murder of Angie Dodge in Idaho Falls in 1996. Following nearly 30 hours of interrogation, Tapp confessed to assisting in the crime. Even though DNA collected at the scene does not match Tapp or any of the people he confessed to helping commit the crime, a jury convicted him of aiding and abetting in the rape and murder of Dodge. With the help of Idaho Innocence Project and Dodge's mother, Carol, Tapp has been released early from prison and a search is on for the real killer. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
On March 22, Chris Tapp was released early from prison after serving 20 years for the rape and murder of Angie Dodge in Idaho Falls in 1996. Following nearly 30 hours of interrogation, Tapp confessed to assisting in the crime. Even though DNA collected at the scene does not match Tapp or any of the people he confessed to helping commit the crime, a jury convicted him of aiding and abetting in the rape and murder of Dodge. With the help of Idaho Innocence Project and Dodge's mother, Carol, Tapp has been released early from prison and a search is on for the real killer. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

Idaho Falls man freed early from prison says: ‘Don’t forget about Angie’

April 25, 2017 7:02 PM