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by Dennis Romero
The parents of a missing woman in Colorado said in a modified lawsuit against her boyfriend who was in the middle of a custody dispute for their 1
The girl's boyfriend and father, Patrick Frazee, was arrested and charged on December 21 with the murder of Kelsey Berreth. Prosecutors believe that he killed or died during a robbery he may have committed.
According to the cause of arbitrary omission on Friday, Frazee claimed in a phone call to Berreth's mother more than a week after the disappearance that the "woman" had "problems" that would guarantee Frazee "full custody" of their child. "
The modified denunciation states that the two broke up on Thanksgiving and that Frazee told her mother, Cheryl-Lee Berreth, that" he had enough and would never have had anything to do with things. " During the separation, the dress claims, "Kelsey had asked Frazee her things back, so she gave Kelsey her keys and her gun."
The store says the suspect said to Cheryl-Lee Berreth that her fiancé ran away as she had done before. "She accused Kelsey Berreth of abandoning the child by leaving her with him, according to the new charges.
Cheryl-Lee Berreth reported about her missing daughter on December 2nd. Frazee's lawyer said earlier that his client "will continue to work with the ordering forces and continues to parent the child he shares with Mrs. Berreth. "
NBC News was not able to track down its current public defender.
The couple did not live together Frazee told the police that Berreth left her daughter on Thanksgiving, the last when he saw his boyfriend.
Police said he believed she died and her remains were not found