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Missing Colorado Mom’s Fiancé Arrested After Refusing To Talk About Her Disappearance

Missing Colorado Mom Fiance Arrested Police Think Dead

Dec. 21 2018, Published 1:24 p.m. ET

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Weeks after Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth went missing on Thanksgiving Day, her fiancé has been arrested in connection to her disappearance. has learned Patrick Frazee was handcuffed and taken into custody this Friday after refusing to speak publicly about his wife’s whereabouts.

According to ABC, police no longer believe Berreth, 29, is alive.

As readers know, Frazee is the father of Berreth’s 1-year-old daughter. After her disappearance, he told cops that Berreth dropped the child off at his house on Thanksgiving and left. She was not reported missing until 10 days later.

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As soon as the missing person’s investigation began, cops found footage of Berreth shopping with her daughter near her Woodland Park home on Thanksgiving — hours before she was last seen alive.

Strangely, Frazee and Berreth’s boss received texts from her three days after the holiday — and her phone pinged on a cell tower in Idaho, over 700 miles away from her last known whereabouts.

After Frazee failed to give substantial information about his fiancée’s whereabouts, investigators searched his home — but they found nothing.

Kelsey Berreth

It’s still unclear why Patrick Frazee is being arrested, however, a press conference on the case will be held a 10:00 a.m. Colorado time.

Stay with for updates.

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