The Woodland Park Police Department and the Teller County Sheriff’s Office conducted the arrest together and it went without incident.
Pictures published by ABC News showed investigators serving an arrest warrant for Frazee on Friday morning.
A press conference was planned for 10 a.m. local time, the Woodland Park Police Department said in a statement.
Frazee has not spoken publicly but his attorney Jeremy Loew said last week that he was cooperating with law enforcement.
Officials said previously Berreth’s 1-year-old daughter was being taken care of by Frazee, who is the girl’s father.
Berreth, 29, was last seen on Thanksgiving. One of the last places she was seen was at a Safeway in Woodland Park, shopping with her daughter.
Miles De Young, the Woodland Park Police Department, told reporters on Dec. 11, that there was no indication of any threat or danger to the missing mother while confirming that her cell phone pinged outside of Gooding, Idaho on Nov. 25.
The location, close to some of Berreth’s relatives, was nearly 700 miles away from Woodland Park. Family members said that she didn’t take anything other than her purse. All her other belongings, including her two vehicles, are still in Colorado.
“She’s not the kind that runs off,” mother Cheryl Berreth said at a press conference on Dec. 10. “This is completely out of character. Kelsey loves her God, she loves her family and friends, and she loves her job. She’s reliable, considerate, and honest.”
Berreth also sent a text message to her employer after Thanksgiving stating she would not be at work the following week. Another text message was sent to Frazee, though its contents have not been made public.
Frazee told detectives that the last time he saw Berreth was on Thanksgiving Day when she gave him their baby daughter, officials said at the press conference. Frazee was invited to the press conference but did not attend; officials said he is being cooperative.
Police officers searched Frazee’s property in Florissant on Dec. 14. A day later, De Young urged Frazee to be honest with investigators and said officials started to believe that Berreth could be in danger as time dragged on without word from her.
The police returned several more times to the property and officers were seent taking out bags of evidence on Monday. FBI agents, meanwhile, were at the home of Berreth in Woodland Park on Wednesday.
From NTD News