Deceased/Not Found CO - Kelsey Berreth, 29, Woodland Park, Teller County, 22 Nov 2018 - #50 *ARREST*

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  1. Hatch

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    I live in West Texas my hubby just calls it cake, but the sack definitely says range cubes. I am Guilty of typing what I hear on a daily basis, forget about the wording police sometimes. In CO with the colder temps I am assuming PF fed range cubes ( cattle cake) every other day if not daily.
    I am thinking KB was very familiar with cattle since her parents are retired hay farmers and most likely enjoyed midnight runs to check cattle. KB was the complete package, licensed pilot and a farmers daughter.
    Adding : PF really screwed up his life not trying to man up and make a life with a quality young woman. Such a waste to lose KB.
    EBM : off subject
     
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  2. SandyQLS

    SandyQLS may your life be filled with avocados

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    I thought this fire was large enough and hot enough, and went on for hours, to consume multiple large bags of household trash, the black tote, a human body, wood, gasoline and oil. This ain't a movie and this ain't a little Hibachi barbeque. It's pitch black out there at night, and IMO any fire would be noticed by hypervigilant residents. The claim of KK was that it occurred on a Saturday evening when people are still awake, JMO if there even was a fire, from about 7:00PM based on SW documents (PF phone ping, 2.18 miles south of Florissant tower at 6:19PM on 11/24).

    Where is the fire protection service? I don't see it on your map.
     
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  3. SandyQLS

    SandyQLS may your life be filled with avocados

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    That's the Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. The only fires listed on the entire page are:

    "Current Disasters/Large Incidents
    • Ryan Fire, Jackson County
    • Silver Creek Fire, Routt County
    • Bull Draw Fire, Montrose County"
    Ryan Fire Information - InciWeb the Incident Information System

    Ryan Fire (link) was over 28,000 acres.
    Silver Creek Fire was over 20,000 acres.
    Bull Draw Fire was over 36,000 acres.

    What does the CODHSEM link have to do with possible calls to the local fire protection area if there had been a fire at the F ranchette as described by KK? I don't see any connection.
     
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    There is a fire ban and burn warning tab that List fire dangers for the entire state. Linked to local agencies! Around the time of the Franch bonfire there were no such warnings!

    June, July and August there were many, November not so much.


    Or perhaps their was no bonfire and somebody planted the melted plastic and accelerant.....

    Maybe the real killer was setting PF up......

    Or maybe there wasn't even a plastic tote but rather a bag......

    Ranchers and Farmers do burn quite often and many times without permits.

    Oh geez a lot to think about



    MOEO
     
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    I like the term "cake." They act like it is cake. I bet KB has thrown lots of it out over her life. It's a fun thing for kids to ride in the truck bed and throw it out for the cows,
     
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    I read it was Tums, but now I don't know where. If he was planning to kill her that night, maybe his stomach ache is what caused him to change the plan.
     
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