connectVideoSearch for missing Colorado mom leads 800 km away from Idaho, where her cell phone last pinged
The authorities say they have discovered new evidence near the location where Kelsey Berreth the phone pinged after they went missing on Thanksgiving Day; Claudia Cowan has the latest.
The 1-year-old daughter of Kelsey Berreth, the Colorado mother who is supposedly murdered, and Patrick Michael Frazee, the man charged in the killing, will stay with her grandparents after a judge granted them temporary custody at a closed-door hearing Thursday.
Frazee, 31, was arrested Dec. 21 on suspicion of killing Berreth, his fiancée, who is charged with first-degree murder. He was also charged with soliciting another person to kill Berreth. No one was arrested and Berreth the body is not found. His next appearance is Monday and the next hearing in the custody case Jan. 3.
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A court summary of the hearing said Frazee, the mother filed a motion to intervene in the custody case, and made an unspecified placement request. The summary didn’t say whether they had asked for the authority. The court delayed action on her request. The child was at Frazee, until he was arrested last week, ABC News reported.
KELSEY BERRETH DISAPPEAR: FIANCE OF COLORADO MOTHER MISSING SINCE THANKSGIVING CHARGED WITH MURDER
Berreth, 29, a flight instructor, was last seen shopping with her daughter, Kaylee, in a supermarket in Woodland Park, south of Denver, on Thanksgiving Day. Her mother reported her missing Dec. 2.
Fox News’ Robert Gearty and the Associated Press contributed to this report.