Patrick Frazee, Fiancé Of Kelsey Berreth, Booked On Murder Charge | Crime Time

Patrick Frazee, Fiancé Of Kelsey Berreth, Booked On Murder Charge | Crime Time

Kerry Wise
December 22, 2018

Investigators served an arrest warrant Friday morning for Patrick Frazee, the fiancé of missing Colorado mother Kelsey Berreth, who hasn't been seen in almost one month, sources told ABC News. Frazee told police he last saw her later that afternoon when he picked up the couple's daughter.

Couch said he could not immediately provide any information about charges.

Berreth was last seen in a grocery store near her home in Woodland Park, about 15 miles (24 kilometres) from Florissant.

Police started looking for Berreth on December 2 after her mother, Cheryl, asked for a welfare check.

Surveillance video showed the 29-year-old entering the store with what appears to be her 1-year-old daughter in a baby carrier. Police said Frazee told them he met her later that day so he could pick up their child.

Frazee's lawyer said his client is cooperating with the investigation.

Court documents are now sealed in the case.

Miles De Young, police chief of Woodland Park, said Frazee had communicated with police through his attorney but hadn't spoken with them directly. Family members said that she didn't take anything other than her purse. "This is completely out of character", Cheryl Berreth said.

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Police later received data indicating Berreth's phone was near Gooding, Idaho that same day, almost 800 miles from her home. Kelsey loves her God, she loves her family and friends, and she loves her job.

Woodland Park police have scheduled a press conference about the case for Friday morning, according to the department's Facebook page. That same day, Berreth's phone pinged from Gooding, Idaho, which is 700 miles away from her home, according to East Idaho News.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Woodland Park Police Department at 719-687-9262 or the Colorado Bureau of Investigation at 719-647-5999. He said the search and arrest affidavits will stay sealed for now.

Berreth's employer got a text from her phone on November 25, saying she wouldn't be able to work that week, police have said. "She's reliable, considerate, and honest". De Young said the company where Berreth worked as a flight instructor, Doss Aviation, had accounted for all their planes and that police had no reason to believe she used someone else's plane for a flight.

Frazee told cops that Berreth also sent him a text the same day.

Two days later, investigators combed Frazee's home and 30-plus-acre property in Florissant, Colorado, with a search party of 75 officers, a law enforcement source told CNN at the time.

"There are a lot of investigative leads that need to be done", May said.