NEWS CONFERENCE: Steger Family Speaks Following Verdict in Jeffery Trevino Murder Trial
A Ramsey County jury reached a verdict Wednesday in the murder trial of Jeffery Trevino, who was accused of killing his wife Kira Steger.
Trevino was found not guilty on count one, murder with intent, and guilty on count two, murder without intent, according to KSTP reporter Tim Sherno who was in the courtroom as the verdict was read.
Steger's parents spoke in a news conference following the verdict. Her mother, Marcie, said "I believe... Kira would be very happy that he was found guilty."
"We will never have our daughter back but at least justice has been done," said Kira Steger's father, Jay. The family will now plan funeral arrangements.
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