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World Kelsey Berreth murder case: Patrick Frazee guilty of murder in Colorado

06:55  19 november  2019
06:55  19 november  2019 Source:   denverpost.com

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Patrick Frazee was also sentenced to an additional 156 years in prison on other charges in the killing of Kelsey Berreth after a jury in Teller County, Colo., found him guilty of first-degree murder , solicitation to commit murder and tampering with a body. Jurors deliberated for less than four hours

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Patrick Frazee will spend the rest of his life in prison for brutally murdering his fiancée, Kelsey Berreth, after a jury found him guilty Monday while the young mother’s family for years will endure the devastation wrought by the man they accepted into their family and whom Berreth once saw as her future.

In a statement read to the court by a relative before Frazee was sentenced, Berreth’s mother said the family has lived in fear of retaliation from Frazee. For months, Berreth’s parents didn’t sleep. They spent days apart as one parent traveled to Colorado for the investigation and the other stayed behind, in case Berreth came home to them. Instead of a day of relaxation, Thanksgiving Day will now be always the anniversary of her daughter’s death. Before they were awarded custody, Berreth’s parents were terrified that Frazee would try to kill his and Berreth’s child, Kaylee.

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And someday, the Berreth’s will have to explain to the little girl — shown in photos during trial with chubby cheeks and tiny pigtails — what happened to her mom. Kaylee, now two years old, still calls for her mom, Cheryl Berreth said.

“Kaylee will eventually know the story, how she was present during the torture and murder of her mother,” Berreth said in the statement.

Minutes after the verdict, Teller County District Court Judge Scott Sells sentenced Frazee to life in prison without parole plus 156 years — the maximum sentence for each of the six counts he faced. The sentencing immediately followed the jury’s announcement that they found Frazee guilty on all charges, ending more than three weeks of a trial that has drawn national attention to the casino town of Cripple Creek.

“Kelsey spent her last night caring for you and you repaid that kindness … by viciously beating her to death the following day,” Sells said to Frazee during sentencing. “After that, you burned her body, like a piece of trash.”

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Frazee was also found guilty of tampering with a deceased human body and three counts of solicitation to commit first-degree murder after Earlier this month, Kenney, who already pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence in the case , alleged in her testimony that Frazee claimed Berreth

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The jury deliberated for less than four hours on Monday, weighing the more than 70 hours of detailed trial testimony from a broad swath of law enforcement, evidence experts, people who knew Berreth and Frazee and an assortment of strangers to the couple who found themselves ensnared in the case. After the verdict was read, the Berreth family sobbed and celebrated as soon as the jury left the courtroom.

The jury had to decide whether they believed the account of the prosecution’s key witness, Idaho nurse Krystal Lee Kenney, who told investigators that Frazee admitted to her that he killed Berreth in her Woodland Park condo. Kenney then drove more than 12 hours from her home to clean the bloody crime scene and watched Frazee burn Berreth’s body in a plastic tote on his ranch. Kenney also said Frazee asked her three times in the fall of 2018 to kill Berreth, and three times she drove to Colorado but could not go through with the plan. Evidence in trial corroborated Kenney’s story, but there was no direct physical evidence linking Frazee to his crime.

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Kenney’s testimony was key, prosecutors said repeatedly during trial. But Kenney was excoriated by both Berreth’s family and the prosecution after the verdict. Cheryl Berreth said the plea deal Kenney received was too lenient and that the Idaho nurse was fully complicit in the murder.

“The only thing she didn’t do was swing the bat,” Cheryl Berreth said in the statement read in court.

Fourth Judicial District Attorney Dan May said that Kenney deserves every day in jail that the judge sentences her to. Kenney agreed to talk with investigators as part of a deal that allowed her to plead guilty to evidence tampering. When she is sentenced, Sells could give her to a penalty ranging from probation to a maximum of three years in prison.

“We did a deal with the devil,” May said, but it was necessary for the case against Frazee.

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Frazee did not show emotion during the verdict or sentencing, even as Berreth’s father stared at him from across the room. Frazee stood and looked the judge in the eyes as Sells read his sentence. Frazee was then handcuffed and walked out of the courthouse to a waiting car. His mother, also showing no emotion, watched from the courtroom as Frazee was led away.

Prosecutors offered a variety of motives Frazee may have had for killing Berreth. Maybe he wanted sole custody of Kaylee without the legal fight, they said. Maybe he didn’t want child support. Maybe he didn’t want to risk Berreth moving out of state, taking Kaylee with her. But even after trial, prosecutors said they couldn’t narrow down motives to one they believed in most strongly.

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Frazee likely murdered Kelsey at her Woodland Park townhouse, investigators say. On Friday, 4th Judicial District Attorney Dan May declined to comment on anything that wasn’t already in the court record, including whether Kelsey ’s phone was located, or whether cops are any closer to recovering

Frazee was also found guilty of tampering with a deceased human body and three counts of solicitation to commit first-degree murder after Earlier this month, Kenney, who already pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence in the case , alleged in her testimony that Frazee claimed Berreth

“We have questioned our faith. We have questioned why,” Scott Morin, Berreth’s uncle, told the judge. “And we know we’ll never know.”

Beth Reed, one of the prosecutors on the case, said at a news conference that Frazee has shown signs consistent with being a sociopath.

Berreth, in contrast, was described as a loving, quiet woman enthralled with her role as a mother. She worked hard her entire life to become a pilot and took a leap of faith in 2016 when she moved to Colorado to be with Frazee, whom she met online. Even as their relationship became strained, Berreth tried to create a life and family with the Florissant rancher. Meanwhile, Frazee was spreading lies about Berreth to his friends and family.

Her coworkers sent notes to the Berreth family, which Morin read before sentencing.

“She mattered,” one coworker wrote. “And she made a direct impact and difference in the lives of so many and will continue to do so as the students she instructed will pass their knowledge along to the next generation, and so on.”

Veteran prosecutor Jennifer Viehman said the case was one of the most brutal murders she had ever tried. But the district attorney’s office didn’t seek the death penalty in the case and the Berreths said they didn’t want to pursue capital punishment, although the murder shook the very faith that led them to that mercy.

“We respect life and leave Patrick’s in God’s hand,” Cheryl Berreth said in her statement.

Investigators in the case will continue to follow any leads they may find in hopes of finding Berreth’s remains, said Gregg Slater, the lead Colorado Bureau of Investigation agent on the case. Law enforcement searched a new location as recently as a few weeks ago, May said.

“We will always search for Kelsey,” Slater said.

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