ST. PAUL, MN (WTAQ) - St. Paul Police want to search Facebook accounts to try and find evidence that Jeffrey Trevino murdered his wife, Wausau area native Kira Steger Trevino.
According to a search warrant affidavit, a friend told police that Trevino recently used the initials “NWNP” on a Facebook post. And those initials could mean “No Witnesses, No Proof.”
Jeffrey Trevino is charged with murdering 30-year-old Kira Steger Trevino. There’s been no trace of her since she disappeared February 21st.
Prosecutors said police dogs sniffed out a possible body last month Keller Lake in nearby Maplewood Minnesota. Several items of interest were found in recent searches of the lake – but police have not said if they’re tied to Kira’s death.
The affidavit asked a judge to approve searches of Facebook accounts for both Trevinos and their roommate Matthew Roff. Police say they just want to search out all avenues of possible evidence, and they won’t say if Roff is a possible suspect.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press says “No Witnesses, No Proof” is just one of several things that NWNP can stand for on the Internet. Others include “No War, No Peace,” “No Way Nuclear Pacifists,” and “Never-Winter Nights Podcast.” Never-Winter Nights is a series of role playing games.