Fiance of missing Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth is led away in handcuffs and arrested as police declare they now believe she is dead – one month after she disappeared
- Police served an arrest warrant on Patrick Frazee early Friday morning in Colorado, one mother after his fiancee Kelsey Berreth went missing
The fiance of a Colorado woman who has been missing for a month was arrested on Friday.
Patrick Frazee was served with an arrest warrant early in the morning and then walked away in handcuffs, though it is not yet known on what charges.
It was also revealed on Friday that officials no longer believe Kelsey Berreth is alive.
She was last seen on Thanksgiving day entering a supermarket near her home in Woodland Park with her infant daughter.
Frazee is the father of the young girl.
Fractured family: Police served an arrest warrant on Patrick Frazee early Friday morning in Colorado, one mother after his fiancee Kelsey Berreth (above with her daughter and Frazee) went missing
Police arrived at the Teller County home of Frazee before daybreak on Friday morning.
He was transported to the Teller County Jail a source tells DailyMail.com, and the FBI and members of the CBI are now searching his property.
That same source said that Frazee’s arrest came after authorities obtained new information about Berreth that has lead them to believe she is no longer alive.
Frazee had previously allowed authorities to search his property last week, but after two days combing the 35-acre property there was no news from officials and Frazee returned to his home.
Authorities then returned to the property of Monday for what they later said was just a routine check, and again left without making an arrest of sharing any update on the case.
On Thursday night, officials were seen at Berreth’s townhouse well into the night, and just hours later Frazee was placed in custody.