Plea delayed for Colorado man accused of killing child’s mom

Plea delayed for Colorado man accused of killing child’s mom

CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo. (AP) – A Colorado man suspected of killing the mother of his child won’t enter a plea until next month. Patrick Frazee appeared in court Friday for a scheduled arraignment.

 · A Boone County judge entered a not guilty plea on behalf of a Burlington man accused of killing a mother of three. Jesse James, 32, was in court Monday without an attorney.

 · Chris Watts, the Colorado man who is now accused of killing his pregnant wife and their two daughters, gave an interview to Denver7’s Tomas Hoppough on Tuesday, a.

Without notifying her attorney, Stevens, 25, later filed twice to withdraw her plea. the man accused of hurting the child, has pleaded not guilty to charges including murder, evidence tampering and.

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CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo. (AP) – A Colorado man suspected of killing the mother of his child won’t enter a plea until next month. Patrick Frazee appeared in court Friday for a scheduled arraignment. However, a judge agreed to delay it until May 24 because evidence in the killing of Kesley Berreth is still being tested.

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CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo. (AP) – A Colorado man suspected of killing the mother of his child won’t enter a plea until next month. Patrick Frazee appeared in court Friday for a scheduled arraignment. However, a judge agreed to delay it until May 24 because evidence in the killing of Kesley Berreth is still being tested.

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 · Chris Watts, the Colorado man accused of killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters, has been placed under suicide watch as he awaits trial, according to reports. Watts, 33, is under close watch protocol at Weld County Jail, during which he must be checked on every 10 to 15 minutes to ensure his well-being, HLN’s Crime & Justice with Ashleigh Banfield reported.

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