New details have been released in the death of a 30-year-old St. Paul woman who was last seen on Feb. 21 before being found in the Mississippi River last week.
Less than 24 hours after the body of a missing St. Paul woman was pulled out of the Mississippi River, court documents revealed chilling details in the death of Kira Trevino. Her body was discovered Wednesday along the Mississippi River in St. Paul by a worker near Shepard Road and Roberts Street.
St. Paul Police say they will hold a press conference Thursday afternoon to reveal the identity of the body that was pulled from Mississippi River Wednesday. Authorities wouldn’t give any details about the identity — or if the body was a man or a woman — but said they will hold a press briefing at 3:15 p.m.
Several searches are planned this weekend to find evidence related to the disappearance of Kira Trevino – the St. Paul woman who was last seen on Feb. 21.
Volunteers were out searching again Saturday for the body of Kira Trevino, who was last heard from on Feb. 21.
Police are seeking the content of Facebook accounts associated with a St. Paul man who’s charged with killing his missing wife.
The St. Paul man accused of killing his wife and hiding her body entered a plea of not guilty to charges in Ramsey County Court Friday.
Volunteers will be back out on Keller Lake on Saturday to look for the body of a missing St. Paul woman. Kira Trevino has been missing for a month.
New details came out Friday on the St. Paul wife whose husband was charged with murder after she went missing last month.
The search for the body of Kira Trevino, who disappeared nearly a month ago, has resumed at Keller Lake Tuesday.
Police say they welcome any citizen searches for clues in the disappearance and presumed death of a St. Paul woman.
A new clue has led investigators to a lake that may help them find a Kira Trevino, a St. Paul woman who was last seen Feb. 21. Her husband Jeffrey faces charges in her death.
While the search for Kira Trevino’s body continues, prosecutors say her husband, who was charged with her murder, poses a flight risk.
A couple from Rosemount, a woman who watches the news and a father of three boys all gathered with two dozen other strangers in Rosemount Saturday afternoon to search for missing St. Paul woman Kira Trevino.
Though police still haven’t located the 30-year-old’s remains, a tipline created to help find Kira Trevino has given investigators more than 50 leads.