The trial of Patrick Frazee's murder in Colorado ended last week with damning testimony from the defendant's long-serving mastermind.
The jury heard on Friday that witness Joe Moore had told Frazee that "if there was no body, there would be no crime" during police investigations with Frazee over the disappearance of his girlfriend Kelsey Berreth.
Moore's testimony came a day after the prosecution's witness, Idaho's Krystal Kenney, told the jury that Frazee had raped Berreth with her and that he had purged Berreth's blood after Frazee killed him with a baseball bat. And he said Frazee burned the body.
Moore confirms that Frazee kept telling her after hearing that Berreth was missing, "why are they [police] constantly investigating for no body, no crime: why do they [police] keep asking me questions?" , "Fox 21Colorado Springs reported.
PATRICK FRAZEE MURDER TRIAL: MISTRESS TESTIFIES KELSEY CAN BE THE RRETH WORD HERE & # 39; PLEASE STOP & # 39;
Frazee, 33, is charged with murdering 29-year-old Berreth last year on Thanksgiving Day at his home in Woodland Park, Colo. She was arrested on December 21, three weeks after her mother reported missing.  The body was not found.
Moore recounted for the jury other vague statements he claimed Frazee had made to him prior to his arrest and until April 2018. He testified that he and Frazee had known each other since they are children.
The pal testified that the day before the arrest, Frazee told him that he could not understand why Berreth had lost so much attention from the national media, KUSA-TV reported.
"And he was like a 'man, if I knew it was going to explode big, I wouldn't have … & # 39;" Moore testified, the station reported. He testified that Frazee stopped conversation on that point. (Missing Mother – Kelsey Berreth Facebook page) “/>