GUILTY CO - Kelsey Berreth, 29, Woodland Park, Teller County, 22 Nov 2018 - *Arrest* #70

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  1. Warwick7

    Warwick7 Well-Known Member

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    Yes! Bam!
     


  2. Warwick7

    Warwick7 Well-Known Member

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    Yes! Bam!
    Thank you Gordian,
    This the best news I've heard all day!
     
  3. Warwick7

    Warwick7 Well-Known Member

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    AGAIN, best news all day!!
     
  4. mustloveco

    mustloveco Well-Known Member

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    She didn’t even live in a state that TOUCHED his state.....

    Kinda reminds me of Jodi Arias, driving around like that
     
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    Orange print is difficult to read against the white background, but could be my eyesight. Just my 2 cents.
     
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    PommyMommy #ShinelikeShanann

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    DEC 6, 2019
    Anthropologist shares experience in search of Kelsey Berreth
    For more than three decades, a team of Colorado scientists have worked to help homicide detectives find secret graves. NecroSearch International has been part of some of the most high-profile murder mysteries in Colorado, including the recent adjudicated case of Kelsey Berreth.

    […]

    That better way brings together experts from more than a dozen disciplines to determine the best ways to excavate in the search for bodies. Part of the work involves the witness stand. Recently, France testified against now-convicted murderer Patrick Frazee.

    […]

    “We were contacted very early on,” France said.

    In February 2019, NecroSearch International guided the grueling task of searching the Midway Landfill in Fountain in an attempt to locate human remains.

    […]

    There are thousands and thousands of bones in a landfill, according to France. Most of the bones are not human. They are from human consumption of things like chicken and other animals. Determining human versus non-human is where France’s experience was needed.

    At Woodland Park police headquarters, France examined bones brought in from the landfill.

    “All of the bones that I saw there, and all the tissue that I saw there, was non-human,” she said.

    […]

    While France works for free, the heavy equipment used and time needed to search proved to be too much.

    “As I understand it, they ran out of money and just couldn’t search for her anymore there,” France said.

    […]
     
  7. Alice253

    Alice253 Live Every Moment

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    I know this is out there, but I keep thinking KKL took burned remains with her and they were dumped somewhere between the Franch and Idaho. I know she refused to take KB's body, but burned remains bagged up in a tote, I just think she might have done. MOO
     
  8. Teche

    Teche Well-Known Member

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    I appreciate the thought. However, it’s difficult for some of us that have visual challenges.
     
  9. Ccging

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    I’ve always wondered what information led them to conduct the landfill search. IMO it had to be significant for them to launch such an expensive search.

    So sadly KB may be there, they simply could not afford to search there any longer.
     
  10. Dontknow?

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    My apologies for being grumpy the other day when I said I didn't like the "orange is the new black" font. I still don't like it because I'm old, bad eyes & I'm grumpy sometimes. I really don't care for the WS background either, since they migrated to the new site. My op was wth are you doing with that ugly orange/yellow stuff? I'm rooting for blue. KK will be sentenced either way though. xoxo
     
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  11. Artis

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    I don't think so because I think she left too early for Kelsey's body to have been reduced to that extent.

    I hate even typing that :(
     
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  12. MsJosie

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    I agree it is hard to read any orange print but bolding it is better for me. I understand what other WS want to support and stress, so I will try and deal with it. I can read the bold orange print or skip the info. I do have to skip the info a lot.
     
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    LietKynes "What do you despise? By this you are truly known"

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    Have to admit I preferred the previous version of WS' layout.
    Easier on the eyes.
     
  14. Artis

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    You can also right click and highlight it which will give you white letters on a dark background.
     
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    Artis On Time Out

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    One thing you can do to help your eyes, especially at night when the screen is so bright, is to download this:

    f.lux

    It darkens your screen so it's not harsh and then goes back to normal at sun up. Sits in the tray at the bottom of your screen and is easy to adjust and mess with settings. Takes up about no memory, too.
     
  16. Warwick7

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    Is there any truth in that Ma Frazer has been charged? I can't find a link.
     
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    Please everyone look! That would be AWESOME!
     
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    gogrannypop Call Me Butter, I'm On A Roll

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    If anyone uses Firefox, there is an extension for dark mode. It is wonderful.
     
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