Young woman's body stuffed in suitcase, dumped in Connecticut neighborhood; Patrick Frazee's nurse friend to plead guilty in Kelsey Berreth probe
The corpse of an unidentified young woman was packed in a suitcase and dumped near a highway in an affluent Connecticut community Tuesday morning. A coroner is working to identify the dead woman, who is believed to be between 18 and 30 years old. Investigators want to know how she died and who bound her hands and feet before stuffing her in the luggage and dumping it. Nancy Grace looks at the mystery with a panel of experts including California defense lawyer Daniel Horowitz, psychologist a lawyer Dr. Brian Russell, private investigator Vincent Hill, and reporter John Lemley. Grace also updates the investigation into the murder of Colorado mother Kelsey Berreth, whose remains have not been found. Krystal Lee Kenney, the Idaho nurse who allegedly had a relationship with accused killer Patrick Frazee, is set to plead guilty to an undisclosed charge Friday as part of a deal with prosecutors. Nancy's panel includes forensics expert Karen Smith, family a divorce lawyer Kathleen Murphy, psychologist Caryn Stark, a reporter Ellen Killoran.