Jeffrey D. Trevino was charged Thursday with two counts of second degree murder for the disappearance of his wife, according to multiple news sources.
Star Tribune reported that there was a lot of blood found in the victim's, Kira Trevino, home and car. It was reported that the suspect took a number of steps to have the incident covered up. Police have been trying to get Trevino to locate the body but has been unsuccessful at it, according to the Star Tribune.
Jeffrey Trevino has been arrested Tuesday after police found evidences of large amounts of blood, Star Tribune said. Trevino's wife has been declared missing on Feb. 22 when her husband said she failed to shop up to work, according to the Star Tribune. Pioneer Press reported that Jeffrey Trevino said that his wife has been having a "mid-like crisis."
Pioneer Press reported that police found blood stains in the shape of a head and torso on the carpet in the bedroom. Police contacted Kira Triveno's mother where it was discovered that the couple has been having marital problems. The day before she disappeared, the couple was reported on trying to work on their relationship, Pioneer Press said.
Kira Triveno was said to have been talking with family about her relationship problems before she disappeared, Pionner Press reported. Her car was impounded by police and searched where police found blood, Pioneer Press said.
Jeffrey Triveno faces a two-count murder charge.