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Twin Falls woman pleads guilty to tampering with evidence in missing Colorado mom’s case

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Krystal Lee Kenney | Colorado Springs Police Department

TELLER COUNTY, Colorado — A Twin Falls woman pleaded guilty Friday to one count of tampering with physical evidence in connection to the case of missing Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth.

Krystal Jean Lee Kenney is accused of tampering with evidence on Nov. 24 or Nov. 25, or both. She agreed to testify against Patrick Frazee, the man accused of murdering Berreth.

ABC News reported that authorities believe Kenney may have disposed of a cell phone belonging to Berreth.

Berreth was last seen on surveillance video at a grocery store on Thanksgiving. A few days later on Nov. 25, her phone pinged near Gooding. Authorities haven’t released information on how Kenney and Frazee know each other.

Kenney will be sentenced after Frazee’s trial and is not allowed to talk to media.

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