Deceased/Not Found CO - Kelsey Berreth, 29, Woodland Park, Teller County, 22 Nov 2018 - #53 *ARREST*

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  1. 1&2&3

    1&2&3 Well-Known Member

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    Speaking of being retired, better we get someplace early instead of late. Then we totally miss it. Ha, ha. One day is the same as the next. . . :rolleyes:
     
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    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    Arraignment tomorrow!!! :)
     
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  3. susiQ

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    I sit here shaking my head, as it is my grandson's birthday and I knew it was on the 23rd, and that it was a Thursday. Go figure :rolleyes: All I have in my defence is I woke up with a massive headache that has not yet abated, but still the first thing I do BEFORE looking at my calendar is open up WS. Slightly addicted? I'll say no more :confused:
     
  4. PommyMommy

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    Nothing new really, just the Gazette's version of the story...:)

    Judge boots cameras from Patrick Frazee hearing over missing Woodland Park woman Kelsey Berreth
    [...]

    Teller County District Judge Scott Sells said he made the ruling Wednesday because of "extraordinary media attention" on Patrick Frazee, saying he didn't want to compromise Frazee's right to a fair trail.

    A trial date will be set if Frazee, 33, pleads not guilty in the case. He is scheduled to be arraigned before Sells at 8:30 a.m. in Cripple Creek.

    [...]

    A spokeswoman for the District Attorney's Office said she is barred from addressing the issue of plea negotiations, and the defense has cited a gag order in declining to field questions, making it unclear how Frazee intends to proceed.

    [...]
     
  5. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    He would not be eligible for that program. They have to be within five years of release to be eligible plus have a minimum restrictive classification which a LWOP murderer would not have:

    » Insight Inside: WHIP – Taking the Reins
     
  6. Hazelnutty

    Hazelnutty Innocent Bystander

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    Will someone remind me of why PF is charged with two counts of first degree murder?

    Please & Thank you.
     
  7. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Oops! Jinx. I am way behind.
     
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  8. GordianKnot

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    Video of DA May's explanation of the charges here:
    Frazee formally charged in missing Woodland mom case

    SABBM:

    Fourth Judicial District Attorney Dan May said he filed two counts of first-degree murder and three counts of solicitation against Frazee.

    “Obviously, there’s only one murder in this case,” May said. “Under Colorado law, we file separate counts under different theories of first-degree murder. We filed under two theories: One is deliberation for murder. And the other is felony murder.”

    One of the murder charges alleges that Frazee caused Berreth's death with the intent to do so. The other count alleges that Frazee, and possibly others, committed a robbery or attempted to do so, and that Berreth was killed in that incident, according to court documents.
     
  9. Snowsnake

    Snowsnake Well-Known Member

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    I think PF will waddle in to the Court, chained up tight, armored vest on, pink handcuffs, and his very fashionable green striped suit. He will stand up and plead not guilty. His lawyers will make a quick plea for bail and the judge will just as quick say no. He will then waddle back out to his waiting ride and be taken back to his cell. He is being kept from the general population of the jail. This is the only time PF gets out and sees something new. He is going to play this for all it is worth. Sad but true.
     
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  10. ilovechili

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    Yes, the ranch dude looks so good in stripes, he should keep that as his wardrobe for a lifetime...

    Jmo.
     
  11. tezi

    tezi Member of Websleuths since 2000.

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    I think he may pull a "Chris Watts" and plead guilty then file an appeal.
     
  12. MemPat

    MemPat The EARTH without ART is just EH.

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    This optimist from Tennessee hopes PF pleads guilty and ends up in the sophisticated, striped garb of big boy prison by Monday.

    No more need for the armored vest except for the sentencing hearing.

    A no death penalty deal but LWOP in 23 hour lock-up.

    Bologna sandwiches poked through a hole in the door and two phone calls a week.

    Let it be, let it be......
     
  13. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Ain't The Ones Beneath The Bed

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    We don’t have confirmation that CW does in fact have any intention of appealing his case. Regardless, it is destined for failure if he tries.

    I was stunned that he took a plea in that case, as the death penalty doesn’t have any teeth in Colorado.

    I’d be more surprised in this case though.

    Although the evidence is every bit as damning as the case against Watts, this guy has challenged law enforcement the entire way here.

    He remained silent and lawyered up, basically challenging them to make a case against him.

    No body, no case.

    That’s arrogance. I fully expect that to continue, and for him to fight this to the bitter end.

    There’s no incentive to plead guilty, unless the prosecution wants to make him an offer he can’t refuse.

    They have his own lies, cell phone evidence, surveillance footage, a material witness, and physical evidence. Their case is strong.

    I don’t see a deal coming.
     
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  14. GordianKnot

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    I'm optimistic, too, Mem....

    Just not of PF entering a guilty plea.

    I'm stubbornly hanging on to the belief that DA May is going to announce his intention to pursue the death penalty after PF enters his NG plea.

    It's probably just wishful thinking on my part, but still: it's nice to dream.
    (Current status: Humming "When You Wish Upon a Star")

    Here's hoping DA Dan makes all my dreams and wishes come true!

    JMO.
     
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    The sun has set here so here's my two cents:

    Star light, star bright,
    First star I see tonight,
    I wish I may, I wish I might,
    Have this wish I wish tonight.

    DP sounds good to me even if it doesn't have any teeth in CO :)
     
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    RSABBM:

    Actions Speak Louder Than Words.

    In this case, PF's actions don't merely speak: they positively scream.
    And what they scream, over and over and over again is one word:
    "GUILTY!"

    PF doesn't have to say a thing.

    The evidence speaks for itself.

    The evidence against PF is utterly damning.

    The fact that he refuses to acknowledge that he's hung himself w/ his own lasso speaks not only to PF's arrogance, but his moronicity as well.

    He's the only one who's going to be gasping in surprise when he's found guilty by the jury.

    JMO.
     
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  17. OldLadyBlues

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    Sounds like it's a "GO" for tomorrow. I think it might have been continued from April because the landfill search was still going on. Having said that, just because there was no trace of KB found doesn't mean the search came up a total failure, remember. If the landfill gave up anything, most likely there has been enough time for preliminary analysis at least that can completed well before trial time.

    IMHO, MOO, MOO
     
  18. Mercedes

    Mercedes Verified Lawyer

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    Let’s hope he does.
     
  19. OldLadyBlues

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    It beats the gray shirts and blue jean uniform he was normally in.
    Moo, Moo
     
  20. Mercedes

    Mercedes Verified Lawyer

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    “Yes, sir, my house does have windows, but they don’t open because they are are painted shut.”

    Rule #1: Never ask a question that you don’t know the answer to.
     
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