48 Hours investigates the 1996 rape and murder of 18-year-old Angie Dodge in Idaho Falls, Idaho. While DNA evidence was collected at the crime scene, the police have not been able to match the DNA with an individual. However, Christopher Tapp was convicted of the crimes and spent more than 20 years in prison before he was released in 2017. With the help of The Idaho Innocence Project, (and the support of Angie’s mother Carol Dodge), a new DNA test was produced that excluded Tapp from being in Dodge’s apartment.
When released from prison in March 2017, Chris Tapp told The Post-Register that he planned on moving to Tennessee to help take care of the children of Lori Hollandsworth who married Tapp while he was in prison. Hollandsworth, 35, died in a car accident in January 2016, just 14 months prior to Tapp’s release. Her two young daughters survived. 48 Hours airs Saturdays at 10pm on CBS.
— Lori Hollandsworth (@LoriHollandswo1) February 13, 2014