Did Idaho nurse play a role in disappearance of Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth? Sources claim mystery woman ditched cell phone

The focus of the mysterious homicide investigation involving missing Colorado mother Kelsey Berreth has turned to questions about a woman in Idaho who may know something about Berreth’s cell phone – and her disappearance.

According to an ABC News report, multiple sources say that a nurse in Twin Falls, Idaho, is being investigated as having played a role in the presumed murder of Berreth, 29, who has not been seen since Thanksgiving Day.

Patrick Frazee, the father of Berreth’s 1-year-old daughter, was reportedly engaged to the licensed pilot and flight instructor at the time of her disappearance, and is believed to be the last person to see her on November 22. In a December 21 press conference announcing Frazee’s arrest, Colorado law enforcement officials said that further arrests were a strong possibility. In addition to the murder charges, Frazee is facing three separate counts of solicitation of first-degree murder.

Sources told ABC News that a woman in Twin Falls, Idaho, is being investigated on suspicion that she disposed of Berreth’s cell phone. As CrimeOnline previously reported, the missing woman’s cell phone was traced to an area outside of Gooding, Idaho, on November 25, three days after she disappeared. On that same day, text messages from her phone were sent to her employer, and to Frazee. Gooding is about 45 miles from Twin Falls.

This is a developing story. CrimeOnline will provide further updates when more information is available.