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Police arrest missing Minn. woman's husbandSubmitted: 02/26/2013
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BLOOMINGTON, MN - A Minnesota woman who grew up in Northern Wisconsin hasn't been seen since Thursday. Now, police have her husband in custody.

The Wausau Daily Herald reports 30-year-old Kira Trevino graduated from D.C. Everest in 2001. She disappeared Thursday night.

Her car was found in a parking ramp at the Mall of America yesterday.

Police arrested her husband, 39-year-old Jeffrey Trevino, Tuesday on a charge of probable cause murder.

Her family said that it wasn't like her to just disappear.

"She's got very, very great work ethic," sister Kari Anne Steger said. "She's dependable. She's reliable. She's got great love for her family and friends. And likes to travel. Enjoys life and new things."

Investigators say they will not give details on the evidence against Trevino's husband. He's in jail tonight.

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