All through the month-long seek for lacking mother Kelsey Berreth final 12 months, her fiancé by no means requested police for updates within the investigation and appeared unconcerned about her whereabouts, in response to testimony Monday in Teller County District Court docket.
Woodland Park Police Cpl. Dena Currin testified Patrick Frazee, who’s on trial for Berreth’s homicide, by no means appeared involved concerning the investigation and advised authorities the pair had damaged up days earlier than she went lacking. Prosecutors performed a Dec. 2 telephone name between Currin and Frazee, during which the 33-year-old admits the final time he had spoken to Berreth was when she dumped him. “We principally had a coronary heart to coronary heart that this wasn’t figuring out, that she wished to go our separate methods,” Frazee advised Currin.
Berreth was final seen on Thanksgiving Day 2018 grocery purchasing, and her mom, Cheryl, reported her lacking 10 days later. Cheryl Berreth additionally testified on Monday about Frazee’s lack of concern in the course of the investigation and famous he didn’t name the Berreth household or attend a candlelight vigil for the mom of his 1-year-old daughter.
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