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Patrick Frazee's attorneys file motion to appeal conviction

Posted at 7:55 PM, Jan 27, 2020

TELLER COUNTY — Attorneys for convicted murderer Patrick Frazee have filed a motion to appeal his conviction.

Court documents were filed this month to appeal the decision.

Last November, Frazee was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, plus 156 years.

He was found guilty in a Teller County court of murdering his fiancée Kelsey Berreth. Her body has never been found.

Krystal Kenney, Frazee's accomplice, is due in court Tuesday for sentencing. After cutting a deal with prosecutors, she is facing a single charge of evidence tampering for taking Berreth's phone to Idaho and destroying it.

News5 will be in Teller County on Tuesday to cover the sentencing and will continue to track the appeals process.

We will provide updates when they come.


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