A woman sharing the name of the mother of a suspected killer reportedly wrote "YAY, the witch is dead" a few hours after the man killed his fiancée, according to a police order on her Facebook wall. [Detail] It was revealed Wednesday morning that more than 20 arrest warrants have been released in the state of Colorado for the ongoing investigation into Patrick Frazee, a man who, according to the authorities, has murdered his fiancée Kelsey Berreth, Fox reported.
] Frazee Berreth is believed to have killed in her woodland park appartement on the afternoon of November 22, the day she was last seen alive, according to an affidavit quoted by the Denver Channel. She was last seen with her daughter in a Safeway on surveillance films at 1
PARENTS OF KELSEY BERRETH CITODY CUSTODY BATTLE AT MISSING MOMS DEAPPEARANCE
The authorities raided an apartment in Florissant that Frazee had shared with his mother, Sheila Frazee, on a Facebook post with the Inscription: "YAY, the witch is dead," along with a picture of Glinda from "The Wizard of Oz," the report said.
Strangely enough, the Facebook account belonged to a woman named Sheila McCorkle-Frazee. Who is not actually Frazees mother, said the report. The post was dated just hours after Berreth's death.
"It's just a very strange coincidence, but it's not Patrick Frazee's mother," said Lee Richards, spokesman for the 4th Judiciary's Law Firm. told the newspaper newspaper. "They saw it, they examined it, and it was not Patrick Frazee's mother."
Frazee was arrested at the home of Florissant on December 21 – the same day the police said publicly she thought Berreth was dead. Her body was not found during an ongoing investigation.
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. Frazee is scheduled to be charged on April 8 and is expected to file a complaint Denver Channel reports. A judge found last month that the prosecution had provided enough evidence to justify a crime against Frazee.