DENVER (AP) — The Latest on the case of the death of a missing Colorado woman (all times local):
Prosecutors have filed additional charges against the Colorado man charged with murder and solicitation to commit murder in the death of his missing fiancee.
Patrick Frazee is in court Tuesday for a hearing to determine whether he will stand trial in Kelsey Berreth's death. Her body has not been found but police have said evidence suggests she was killed at her home on or around Thanksgiving.
Colorado prosecutors added a charge accusing Frazee of tampering with a deceased body and two charges of committing a crime of violence, which would let the state request a harsher penalty on conviction.
A Woodland Park Police commander later testified that cell phone location data showed Berreth's and Frazee's phones were in the same location after Nov. 22, the date Frazee told police he last saw Berreth.
A Colorado man charged with murder and solicitation to commit murder in the death of his missing fiancee is scheduled to appear in court.
Prosecutors are expected to discuss the evidence that led to Patrick Frazee's arrest during the hearing Tuesday morning.
Frazee was charged in December, more than a month after the last sighting of 29-year-old Kelsey Berreth.
Authorities have released little information about the case and key court records remain sealed.
Berreth's sudden disappearance bewildered the flight instructor's family and drew national media attention.
Her body has not been found. Police believe she was killed at her home in the small mountain city of Woodland Park on or around Thanksgiving.
Frazee, who is 32, has not entered a plea. He has been jailed since his arrest.