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Missing Dancer's Remains Found

Former boyfriend charged



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    Debora "Debbie" Flores Narvaez

    The remains of a former Washington Redskins cheerleading ambassador were found, and the victim’s former boyfriend faces charges.

    The remains of Deborah Flores-Narvaez, 31, were found encased in cement, near her home in Las Vegas.

    The woman had been missing since Dec. 12, and friends and relatives became concerned when she didn’t show for a rehearsal for a show in which she was a dancer at the Luxor hotel.

    Jason “Blu” Griffith was arrested Saturday and has been charged in her death.

    Police said the two used to date, and on Oct. 22 ,police were called to Flores-Narvaez’s home, where she said Griffith had abused her.

    Investigators said she last visited Griffith’s home Dec. 12, and on that same day, Griffith rented a U-haul moving truck. They used financial records to find that out, as a credit card was necessary to rent the truck.

    Police also recovered data from the GPS unit from truck to retrace Griffith’s movements that day.

    The data led them to Flores-Narvaez’s remains.