Live blog: Patrick Frazee appears in court for preliminary hearing 12:07 p.m. The court is in recess until 1:30 p.m. Mountain time. 12:00 p.m. Slater: Kenney said that Frazee suggested poisoning a Caramel Macchiato from Starbucks with Ambien and other drugs to kill Kelsey Berreth, she carried some of those drugs as a nurse. Kenney said she went to the Starbucks and drove to Berreth’s townhome on Sept. 23, 2018. That’s when Kenney told Slater she gave her the coffee, which she told investigators wasn’t drugged. Slater said Kenney told him she told Berreth that she was a neighbor and she wanted to thank Berreth for finding her dogs. Slater said Kenney told him that she didn’t drug the drink because “she didn’t want to hurt her.” Kenney said she texted Frazee afterward. Kenney told Slater that Frazee was angry. She said Frazee sent her an apology text later that day. According to Slater, Frazee told Kenney that there would be another chance. 11:58 a.m. According to Slater’s testimony, Kenney said that Frazee told her that he was concerned Berreth was going to harm Kaylee Berreth. Krystal said Frazee told her that he wanted her to get ride of Kelsey. Slater said Kenney believed that statement meant that he meant it as killing Berreth. 11:50 a.m. Slater said Kenney told him that Frazee told her she thought Kelsey Berreth was abusive toward their daughter. Slater said his investigation revealed no evidence of child abuse from Kelsey Berreth. 11:47 a.m. Slater said Kenney and Frazee reconnected in Oct. 2017 and her relationship with Frazee started when she came to Colorado in March 2018. Kenney told investigators she didn’t know about Kelsey Berreth or Kaylee Berreth at that time. Slater said Kenney learned about Kaylee in July and bough her a t-shirt and toys when she visited. Slater said that’s when she found out about Kelsey. She told Slater Frazee didn’t want to talk about his and Berreth’s relationship. 11:42 a.m. According to testimony from Slater, Kenney said she came to Colorado on the weekend after Thanksgiving to meet with Frazee about a horse. Slater said Kenney claimed she didn’t know who Kelsey Berreth was. Slater eventually said he visited her in Idaho on Dec. 18. She was arrested that day in Twin Falls, Idaho to provide DNA samples to investigators. Slater said Kenney traveled to Boise, Idaho with her aunt to talk with an attorney. She then agreed to talk with authorities on Dec. 20. That interview happened in Colorado Springs. Sam Kraemer@SamKraemerTV · 59m Replying to @SamKraemerTV Slater says he & another CBI agent stayed with her at Twin Falls PD until her aunt arrived. Aunt took her to Boise to meet with an attorney. She agreed to talk to police with an attorney on Dec. 20. @KOAA #KelseyBerreth #PatrickFrazee #KrystalKenney Sam Kraemer@SamKraemerTV Slater says Kenney was somewhat jumbled on her timeline of events. Interview took place at the Colorado Springs Police Department. It was 4.5 hours long, recorded with video & audio. @KOAA #KelseyBerreth #PatrickFrazee #KrystalKenney 71 10:45 AM - Feb 19, 2019 Twitter Ads info and privacy See Sam Kraemer's other Tweets 11:38 a.m. Slater said that it’s his understanding that Berreth and Frazee’s phone were near each other They both moved west from Woodland Park toward Florissant and Cripple Creek. The FBI first contacted Krystal Kenney on Dec. 14 and Slater said she didn’t disclose her relationship to Frazee with agents. She called it a business relationship that began in 2006. 11:34 a.m. Slater said they found Frazee called his mother around 4:24 p.m. on Nov. 22 and they determined that the phone pinged off of a tower in Woodland Park, near Berreth’s townhome. Slater then said Frazee called an Idaho number at 4:37 p.m. that pinged off the same tower. Slater said records show he received a call from the same number, that one pinged off of a tower in Divide, located between Woodland Park and the Frazee property in Florissant. 11:30 a.m. Slater said he called Frazee, who said he was with his brother Sean running errands in Colorado Springs. Slater said CBI agents met him at the Five Guys restaurant in Colorado Springs where they took Frazee’s phone. Slater said Frazee wanted to talk with a lawyer before talking with law enforcement. 11:27 a.m. Slater said investigators collected swabs of Cheryl and Clint Berreth and they took a toothbrush, mouthguard and a bottle nipple from Kelsey’s bathroom. They said the blood returned with a high number, meaning investigators believe Kelsey Berreth’s blood was found in the bathroom. 11:25 a.m. Slater said CBI agents and Woodland Park police returned to Berreth’s townhome on Dec. 6. They tested the bathroom using a chemical that reacts with blood that can’t be seen with the naked eye. Investigators said they found blood on the toilet, the outside of the bathtub, the bottom of the trash can, on the floor, on the vanity, on a wall near the toilet and on hinges in the bathroom. 11:21 a.m. Slater said Kelsey Berreth’s parents texted him on Dec. 6 and said they thought they found blood in a toilet in the bathroom, on her television and on a doorknob inside the townhome. Slater was shown exhibits showing photos of the blood sent to him by Clint Berreth. Cheryl Berreth told Slater that she also noticed a bathroom mat was missing. 11:18 a.m. Addressing Frazee’s accusations of Kelsey Berreth’s alcohol and drug problem, Slater said Berreth went to eh Nedley Clinic in August 2018. Slater said that center doesn’t address drug and alcohol addiction, but depression and anxiety issues. 11:14 a.m. Slater said Doss Aviation’s HR Director Jennifer Banks told him that she talked with Frazee after Berreth’s disappearance. Slater said Banks told him that Frazee said Berreth dropped their daughter off and said she didn’t want anything to do with him anymore. Sam Kraemer@SamKraemerTV · 1h Replying to @SamKraemerTV HR director: Jennifer Banks. Banks told CBI her conversation with Frazee happened on Dec. 3. Frazee told her Kelsey dropped the baby off, said she didn’t want anything to do with him anymore. @KOAA #KelseyBerreth #PatrickFrazee Sam Kraemer@SamKraemerTV Frazee also reportedly told Banks that Kelsey had drug & alcohol problems. Banks found that odd as no one she worked with pointed that out. Banks thought her fatigue derived from being a mom. @KOAA #KelseyBerreth #PatrickFrazee 54 10:15 AM - Feb 19, 2019 Twitter Ads info and privacy See Sam Kraemer's other Tweets 11:09 a.m. Slater also said Berreth had dinner with a coworker (who wasn’t named) in the days before the Thanksgiving holiday. 11:05 a.m. Slater said CBI agents met with Berreth’s supervisor at Doss Aviation. The supervisor told authorities that he received a text from Kelsey Berreth’s phone on Nov. 25 that she wouldn’t be at work and that she was going out of town to visit her grandmother. Slater said Cheryl Berreth was unaware of any trip to Washington, which is where Berreth’s grandmother lives. Slater also said that Cheryl Berreth found it strange that she would leave without talking with her about it. 11:02 a.m. Slater said Cheryl told him that she received a text from Kelsey’s phone on the evening of Nov. 22 that Kelsey got her gun back and felt safe with Frazee. Slater said Frazee took the gun from Kelsey Berreth sometime around New Year’s Day. According to Slater’s testimony, Cheryl Berreth said Frazee took it from Berreth because she put it to her head when they had an argument about finances. 10:59 a.m. Slater said Cheryl Berreth told him that Kelsey didn’t discuss relationship problems with her. She said Kelsey planned to go out to dinner with Patrick Frazee and her daughter for Thanksgiving, but she said Kelsey wanted a dip recipe if something happened. According to Slater, Cheryl Berreth said Kelsey called her back at 9:17 a.m. on Nov. 22 to discuss Christmas plans, but there was no mention of travel to Idaho or Washington. 10:56 a.m. Slater said he talked with Kelsey Berreth’s parents, Clint and Cheryl Berreth. Cheryl Berreth said she talked with her daughter for about 5 minutes around 9 a.m. on Nov. 22. Cheryl Berreth said Kelsey told her she didn’t get home until about 4 a.m. after meeting with Frazee the previous say to check on cattle. 10:53 a.m. Slater was asked about searches near Berreth’s townhome with cadaver dogs. He said the dog alerted on the driver’s side rear bumper of Berreth’s Toyota Corolla , but the dog didn’t hit anywhere else on the vehicle. He also said there weren’t any tracks through the snow that was on the ground. 10:48 a.m. Slater said he was brought in on the fourth day of Woodland Park Police’s investigation into Berreth’s disappearance to help look for her. He said his team wasn’t able to find credible evidence that Berreth had been spotted since Nov. 22. 10:47 a.m. Court is back in session. CBI Agent Greg Slater has now taken the stand. 10:30 a.m. The court is now taking a 15-minute recess. 10:28 a.m. The state also asked Adams to explain his actions with on Berreth’s computer and her Facebook page. Adams said he couldn’t have gotten permission to access her Facebook profile. He said he didn’t post anything and did not see any previous activity or information about booked flights. Adams also said he saw nothing to indicate that she had left on a trip. He said her purse, keys and phone were missing, but her vehicles were still parked at the townhome. 10:26 a.m. Prosecutors asked Adams if Sean Frazee and Patrick Frazee have an estranged relationship. Adams said that they do. 10:22 a.m. The state is now questioning Adams again. Adams explained that the neighbor’s surveillance system is through Arlo Surveillance. The neighbor’s camera has seven days of storage, and the camera would activate with a motion sensor. That camera then sends a still to the owner from the clip. 10:19 a.m. Frazee’s lawyer asked Adams about his interviews with Frazee’s brother, Sean Frazee. Adams said Sean Frazee arrived at Thanksgiving with his family around 2:30 p.m. and Patrick arrived later. Sean said he didn’t notice anything out of the ordinary. The defense claims Sean was a member of law enforcement and would have noticed suspicious behavior. 10:17 a.m. The defense asked about Adams about surveillance video from the neighboring townhome. The defense asked Adams if they had photos of Frazee leaving the townhome with a black tote. Adams said police did not have those photos. The defense also asked if police knew how Frazee carried his tools around, and Adams said he did not. 10:10 a.m. Adams said he found out that there may be blood inside the townhome on Dec. 6 after Berreth’s family allowed a search inside the home. He admitted that he missed the blood and the cadaver dogs did as well. 10:08 a.m. Adams said he returned to the townhome on Dec. 4 for crime analysis from the CBI and they didn’t discover anything to determined the townhome was a crime scene. They searched the area with cadaver dogs, but they didn’t find her. 10:06 a.m. Adams is now talking about his first search of Berreth’s townhome on Dec. 3. He said he saw a Safeway receipt inside, but he didn’t find any signs of a struggle, blood stains or signs of cleaning inside. Adams said he also logged into her computer and logged into her Facebook account. He said he changed her password to access the account without permission. 10:03 a.m. The defense is now asking Adams questions in cross-examination. Frazee’s attorney asked Adams if he was an expert on cell phone data and towers. Adams said he was not. The attorney asked if Adams knows where the towers are in Grand Junction, Salt Lake City and in Gooding. Adams said he didn’t know how many there were or their exact location. 10 a.m. The state showed more stills from surveillance video at an Ent Credit Union location to the courtroom of Patrick Frazee. One of those showed him and the other showed a black tote in his truck. Adams said the tote played an important role in the case. 9:52 a.m. Adams said Frazee also talked with Krystal Kenney on Nov. 24. Adams said Kenney was Frazee’s former girlfriend. Adams said she was in Colorado on Nov. 24 and he pointed out Kenney’s vehicle on surveillance video at the Sonic Drive-In in Woodland Park and at the Conoco station in Florissant. Adams went on to say that Kenney’s phone pinged off of the same tower that Berreth’s phone did about one minute after Berreth’s phone did. Adams said data showed that both phones were traveling together. 9:46 a.m. Adams said the last text Frazee received from Berreth’s phone was “Do you even love me?” Adams obtained a warrant for data from Berreth and Frazee’s phones. Adams said both phones were near the townhome on Nov. 22, but later that day, they pinged near Divide. That evening, they pinged west of Cripple Creek. Adams said the pings showed the phones were together. He also mentioned that data showed Frazee called Krystal Kenney and his mother later in the day on Nov. 22. Adams said both phones pinged off the tower near the Frazee property in Florissant on the morning of Nov. 23. On Nov. 24, Adams said texts were exchanged between both phones near Florissant and Cripple Creek. Adams said Berreth’s phone pinged off of a tower near Grand Junction, near Salt Lake City and in Gooding, Idaho on Nov. 25. 9:43 a.m. A still frame from the surveillance camera showed Frazee, Berreth as well as the flowers that she picked up from the Safeway store in front of her door around 1 p.m. on Nov. 22. When asked if he was aware of another video showing Frazee there at 3:36 p.m., Adams said yes. 9:41 a.m. Adams recounted combing through surveillance video of Berreth leaving the Safeway store. He said he saw her vehicle on a Walmart security camera, video from the Williams Furniture store and eventually he accessed video from one of Berreth’s neighbors. That video showed Frazee at Berreth’s townhome. Her townhome became the focus of the investigation in the days leading up to Frazee’s arrest in December. 9:37 a.m. Adams said Frazee told him he gained custody of his daughter on Nov. 22 and that Frazee never reported Berreth as missing in the 10 days after she was last seen. 9: 35 a.m. Prosecutors played a recorded phone call of a conversation between Frazee and Woodland Park police officers. In the call, he said they had a heart-to-heart about their relationship not working out and that they wanted to go separate ways. He also mentioned that she wanted her keys and her gun back. He said she wanted space and that he’d respect her wishes. They did not agree to a custody arrangement on that call. He then told the officer that Kelsey texted him on Nov. 25 and that he got a message the following Friday that her “telephone expired.” Frazee went on to say that she considered moving to Pueblo where she worked at Doss Aviation in Pueblo. Frazee said she moved frequently after arriving in Colorado in May 2016. He said she lived in Colorado Springs first, then moved to Grand Junction before eventually finding a job with Doss in Pueblo. Frazee said “We lived so separate lives for so long.” and he also claimed that the couple’s exchanges of their 1-year-old daughter were inconsistent. Sam Kraemer@SamKraemerTV · 3h Replying to @SamKraemerTV He says, on the call, that they’d figure out the custody arrangements from there. He says he talked to her about not doing “anything crazy”. He says Berreth felt like they didn’t know each other anymore. @KOAA #KelseyBerreth #PatrickFrazee Sam Kraemer@SamKraemerTV He says he told Berreth’s mother that Kelsey was spending more time in Pueblo. “I’m not drawing conclusions...” @KOAA #KelseyBerreth #PatrickFrazee 9:12 a.m. Prosecutors are now calling Chris Adams, Woodland Park Police Commander Chris Adams to the stand. Adams has been working the Berreth case since she was reported missing by her mother on Dec. 2. 9:10 a.m. The defense called Sheila Frazee, Patrick Frazee’s mother, to the stand to testify. She refused and exercised her fifth amendment rights. District Attorney Dan May said Sheila Frazee would know about a defendant showing up to her house on the day Berreth was last seen, however, Judge Scott Sells ruled in favor of Frazee’s refusal to testify. 9:04 a.m. The state has named CBI Agent Greg Slater, Woodland Park Police officer Chris Adams and Michael Dalton as witnesses. Krystal Kenney, the woman who pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence for moving Berreth’s cell phone, is not a witness. 9:02 a.m. The state has added three counts in addition to the two first-degree murder charges and the three solicitation to commit first-degree murder charges. One of the new charges is for tampering with evidence and two for a crime of violence. This means Frazee now faces a total of eight counts. 8:57 a.m. Patrick Frazee has arrived in the courtroom wearing a ballistic vest and shackles and a green-striped jumpsuit. News5’s Sam Kraemer notes that lawyers involved in the custody case are attending the hearing as is Frazee’s mother.