BREAKING: ‘Killer Fiancé’ Patrick Frazee GUILTY of murdering Kelsey Berreth, gets MAXIMUM sentence


Reporting from the Teller County Courthouse, KOAA’s Sam Kraemer reports that Patrick Frazee has received the maximum allowable sentence after being found guilty of all counts related to the murder of his fiancee Kelsey Berreth. Frazee has been ordered to serve life in prison without the possibility of parole, in addition to five years with parole for a solicitation count.


Patrick Frazee has been found guilty on all six counts he was facing in connection to the murder of Kelsey Berreth, who disappeared on Thanksgiving Day 2018.

Reporters present at the Teller County Courthouse have said on Twitter that they are standing by for sentencing.

UPDATE 5:13 p.m. ET:

According to social media updates from KOAA, Patrick Frazee has been found guilty of at least three counts: Murder in first degree after deliberation; solicitation to commit first degree murder; and murder in first degree felony murder.

UPDATE, 5:06 p.m. ET:

Patrick Frazee has been found guilty of first degree murder.


Jurors have reached a verdict in the murder trial of Patrick Frazee, who is accused of killing Kelsey Berreth, according to multiple local reports.

A Denver Channel reporter said on Twitter Monday afternoon that the jurors had reached a verdict and the judge and jury were soon expected to return to the courtroom at the Teller County Courthouse to deliver the verdict.

Frazee is facing multiple charges, including first-degree murder. Berreth, who is the mother of Frazee’s toddler daughter, has not been seen since Thanksgiving Day 2018, and her body was never found.

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