Husband of missing St. Paul woman arrested


Police say new evidence in the case of a missing St. Paul woman has led to the arrest her husband.

WCCO reports the 37-year-old man is being held on probable cause homicide at the Ramsey County Jail.

Kira Trevino, 30, hasn't been heard from since last Thursday. On Saturday morning, Bloomington police found Trevino's car parked at the Mall of America. Family members told FOX 9 that Trevino's cell phone and purse were also discovered inside.

Police say a search warrant executed at the 500 block of Iowa Avenue in St. Paul on Monday provided more evidence.

A roommate was also living at the home and is talking with police.

Trevino has not been located and is still considered a missing person.

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