to connectVideoKelsey Berreth case: Patrick Frazee, to stand trial for the murder of a Colorado mother, judge rules
Colorado man, Patrick Frazee, 32, is accused of killing his fiancée will stand trial on murder and other charges later this year, a state judge ruled.
Patrick Frazee with the Colorado murder trial concluded last week, with damaging testimony from the accused killer’s long-time pal.
The jury heard Friday, prosecution witness, Joe Moore quote Frazee as if to say: “if there is no body, no crime” in a time when the police were questioning Frazee in the disappearance of his fianceé Kelsey Berreth.
Moore’s testimony came a day after the prosecution’s star witness, Idaho, usa, registered nurse Krystal Kenney told the jury that Frazee failed Berreth and her, and that she’s cleaned up Berreth blood Frazee her to death with a baseball bat. She said Frazee, then burnt in the body.
Moore testified that Frazee was held against him: after Berreth was reported missing, “why do they [the police] continued to investigate the cause and if there is no body, there is a very low crime rate. “Why did they [the police] to hold a hearing for me,” Fox 21 In Colorado Springs, it has been reported.
PATRICK FRAZEE MURDER TRIAL: MISTRESS TESTIFIES KELSEY BERRETH’S LAST WORDS WERE, ‘STOP’,
This booking photo provided by the Teller County Sheriff’s office shows Patrick Frazee, the fiancé of a missing Colorado woman, Kelsey Berreth, who was arrested on Friday, Dec. 21, 2018, at home, in the community of Florissant, Colo. Frazee, is accused of murder, and solicitation to commit murder in the death of his missing fiance. Frazee taught on the five charges levelled against him during a brief appearance on Monday, Dec. 31, 2018, in Cripple Creek. (Teller County Sheriff’s Office via AP,File
Frazee, 33, has been charged with the murder of 29-year-old Berreth, last year, on Thanksgiving Day at her home in Woodland Park, Colorado, usa. He was arrested in Dec. 21, three weeks after her mother reported her missing.
The body has not been found.
Moore told the jury of other alleged statements, which he said Frazee made for him, to the time of his arrest, and as far back as April of 2018. He testified that he and Frazee had known each other since they were kids.
The pal, testified that, on the day of the arrest, Frazee said, he didn’t understand why Berreth’s disappearance, it was drawing so much attention from the national media, KUSA-TV reported.
“And he’s like,” man, if only I had known that it was going to be a blow-up of this is great, I never would have …'” Moore testified, the station reported. He testified that Frazee stopped talking at that point.
KELSEY BERRETH CASE: JURY WILL HEAR OPENING STATEMENTS IN THE PATRICK FRAZEE’S MURDER TRIAL
Picture of Patrick Frazee, and Kelsey Berreth, a year ago. (Missing-Mom–Kelsey Berreth Facebook page)
Moore also testified that, in April, at the Frazee and told him that he had come up with a way to kill Berreth.
“And I didn’t even have to talk about that s— like that,” Moore testified, KUSA reported. “That s— out of your mind.”
Moore said Frazee had made the comment after asking him what was the matter with his relationship with the Berreth was going on.
Frazee has pleaded not guilty. He also had a daughter with Berreth and took over the kingdom, but after her disappearance. The child is now in the possession of the Berreth’s parents.
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The trial will resume Tuesday in Teller County.