Family holds memorial for slain Las Vegas dancer

LAS VEGAS (AP) - More than 60 friends and family members of a Las Vegas Strip burlesque dancer whose body was found dismembered and encased in concrete held a church memorial service to remember her.

A Catholic Mass was held Thursday for Debora Flores Narvaez, a performer in the "Fantasy" show at the Luxor casino resort.

She told a roommate she was going to her ex-boyfriend's house Dec. 12 to watch a television show.

An arrest report alleges the former boyfriend, Jason Griffith, strangled her during an argument.

Griffith faces murder, battery domestic violence and destroying evidence charges.

Prosecutors say Griffith cut up and tried to store the body in containers filled with concrete.


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