Feb. 20, 2019 >> Read the arrest affidavit. (PDF)
The 12-page document provides additional information about the investigation that led officers to arrest Frazee.
In a preliminary hearing Tuesday, a Colorado Bureau of Investigation agent testified that their investigation revealed Frazee blindfolded Berreth as she was smelling candles, then beat her to death with a baseball bat. Several days later, Frazee burned Berreth’s body outside his mother’s property in Florissant, according to the testimony. He then dumped the remains in a river or a dumb, according to the testimony.
This information was provided to investigators by Krystal Jean Lee Kenney, who was also charged in connection with the case. Kenney pled guilty earlier this month to tampering with evidence. As part of her plea deal, she agreed to testify against Frazee.
Frazee is charged with first-degree murder, solicitation to commit murder, tampering with a deceased human body, and committing a crime of violence.