MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The family of a woman murdered by her husband is now suing him for more money.COVID In Minnesota: UK Variant Outbreak Linked To Youth Sports In Carver County, Officials Recommend 2-Week Pause
A jury convicted him in 2013 of killing her in their St. Paul home during a fight, and then dumping her body in the Mississippi River.
Steger’s family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against him.READ MORE: More Than 1 Million Wisconsin Residents Have Been Vaccinated
Because Trevino was convicted of unintentional murder, the family believes his homeowner’s policy should cover Steger’s death. They also want some of his union pension.MORE NEWS: Faces Of COVID: Daryl Kruger, 82, Loved His Grandkids And The MN Twins
Trevino is not up for parole until 2031