Volunteers Search Bunker Hills Regional Park for Kira Trevino
Sunday's search for the body of missing St. Paul woman, Kira Trevino, focused on Bunker Hills Regional Park in Coon Rapids.
Kira Trevino's father told KSTP he was out searching Sunday afternoon.
Friends and family aren't giving up, almost two months after Kira Trevino disappeared.
"I hate the thought that she could be out there... the thought of that just makes me sick," said volunteer Dana Epps.
Kira Trevino's husband, Jeffrey Trevino, is charged with second degree murder. He says he's not guilty.
This week, prosecutors requested a higher-than guideline sentence for Jeffery Trevino. He remains in custody, charged with her murder.
His trial is scheduled for late May.
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