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Father regrets ignoring red flags

Alleged murderer husband avoided victim's family

11:33 PM, May 10, 2013
Jay Steger, left, and Marcie Steger, the parents of Kira Trevino, speak during a news conference last week at St. Paul police headquarters in St. Paul, Minn.
Jay Steger, left, and Marcie Steger, the parents of Kira Trevino, speak during a news conference last week at St. Paul police headquarters in St. Paul, Minn.
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In the eight years that Kira Trevino had lived with her husband, Jeffery, her father said he had never met, or talked to him once.

Jay Steger painted a portrait of man that was extremely anti-social, avoiding any family functions and interactions with Kira's friends.

"He never connected with the family whatsoever. He never allowed any of the family to get to know him, and that's what we thought was strange," said Steger, who has lived in Marshfield his whole life, and has two sisters who still live in the city. "When we would go there, he would never be around." ...

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