KUSA – In the sixth episode of Blame: Lost at Home, we finally hear from the Denver Police Department about the disappearance of Chuck Frary.

Chuck’s remains sat in his home for more than a year even though police visited his house six times during that period.

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For weeks, Denver police denied releasing information in this case, citing a pending investigation.

Finally, police agreed to reveal what they did to try and find Chuck. Jeremy sits down with Denver Police Commander Barb Archer to hear how detectives handled the case.

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During this podcast episode, Archer shared with us a photograph taken inside Chuck's house. This image clearly shows the obstacles that the city faced when trying to find Chuck inside his own home.

See it below.

The trash found in Chuck Frary's home.
The trash found in Chuck Frary's home. 
Courtesy Denver Police Department