JUST IN: Idaho Nurse Charged in Connection with Murder of Colorado Mother

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February 08, 2019Feb 08, 2019

An Idaho nurse has just been charged in connection with the disappearance and murder of a woman in Colorado. The shocking story has made headlines around the nation.

According to reports, Krystal Lee, 32, is scheduled to appear in Teller County court Friday morning on one count of tampering with physical evidence, FOX31 reported. Lee, a nurse in Twin Falls, Idaho, is accused of helping Berreth’s fiancé, Patrick Frazee, in disposing of evidence linked to Berreth's disappearance.

Kelsey Berreth, the Colorado mother who was last seen on Thanksgiving, is thought to be dead. Her husband is being charged in connection with her murder.

"Berreth was last seen on surveillance video entering a Safeway grocery store in Woodland Park with her 1-year-old daughter, Kaylee, who she shared with Frazee. Her cellphone then pinged from Gooding, Idaho -- three days after she was last seen alive," reported Fox News.

Officials believe that Lee used the cell phone while in Idaho. Her exact role in the murder has yet to be revealed. It appears as though she may be testifying against Kelsey's husband in order to receive a more lenient sentence herself. The pair is suspected of having an affair.

"Frazee was arrested in late December and charged with first-degree murder, first-degree felony murder and three counts of solicitation to commit first-degree murder after authorities found enough evidence to connect him to his fiancee’s disappearance," reported Fox.

Kelsey's daughter is in the custody of her parents at this time. Please join us in praying for them as they go through this awful tragedy.

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