December 21, 2018 –
January 5, 2019 –
KMVT reported that the FBI is investigating Krystal (Kenney) Lee (photo below) of Twin Falls County in connection to Kelsey Berreth. Previous reports said a woman in Idaho is suspected of disposing Berreth’s phone, whether Lee is that woman is unconfirmed.
Patrick Frazee the fiancee of Kelsey Berreth has been arrested.
Patrick Frazee was was booked on charges of first-degree murder and solicitation for first-degree murder at the Teller County Jail. Kelsey is still missing.
Dec. 12, 2018 – Things seem to be stacking up against Kelsey Berreth’s finance, Patrick Frazee, after it has been noted he didn’t report Kesley missing or showed up at the press conference.
Frazee’s attorney stated today that there was an explanation for one, which he was not given adequate notice so that he could be there. Frazee has given over his phone to the police (he stated early on that he had received texts from Kelsey) and has given DNA swabs. Currently Frazee is taking care of their baby daughter.
Dec. 11, 2018 – New information has come out about Kelsey Berreth. The authorities are stating that Kelsey’s phone was used three days after she went missing:
Phone pinged in Gooling, Idaho on Nov. 25 at 5:13 p.m. (700 miles away from her home) to her employer at Doss Aviation stated she wouldn’t be at work the following week.
Another text message went to her fiancé, Patrick Frazee,
For both of these text messages, there is not positively known if Kelsey sent the messages or not.
Kelsey Berreth, 29, was last seen at a Safeway supermarket on November 22, 2018 near her home in Woodland Park, Colorado.
Kelsey’s cell phone pinged in Gooding, Idaho, Cmdr. Chris Adams of the Woodland Park Police Department told ABC News “Good Morning America” on Sunday.
Tomorrow there will be a presser by the police. Please call Woodland Park Police Dept. @ 719-687-9262 with any information are her disappearance.
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