Jason Omar Griffith was convicted of second-degree murder in the death of exotic dancer Deborah Flores Narvaez.
Griffith will be sentenced in July. Second degree murder conviction carries sentence of 10 years to life in prison.
It’s now up to a Nevada jury to decide the fate of a former Las Vegas Strip performer who says he was acting in self-defense when he killed his dancer ex-girlfriend and dismembered her corpse nearly 3½ years ago.
Prosecutors urged a jury to reject a claim of self-defense and convict a former Las Vegas Strip performer of first-degree murder in the death of his dancer ex-girlfriend almost 3½ years ago.
Prosecutors are again cross-examining Jason Griffith at his murder trial in the 2010 killing of a Luxor dancer.
Defendant Jason Griffith has taken the stand for a third day in his trial in the killing of his dancer girlfriend in late 2010.
A key witness has taken the witness stand in the murder trial of a former boyfriend charged with killing, dismembering and trying to dispose of the body of a dancer.
FM News 100.5 talked exclusively with Deborah’s father, Carlos Flores, on The Las Vegas Morning News.
A woman testified she was stunned and confused when Jason Omar Griffith told her that a big plastic tub of cement he wanted to store at her house contained the remains of his ex-girlfriend.
It has been almost 3½ years since Deborah Flores Narvaez failed to show up for her role in the “Fantasy” revue on the Las Vegas Strip.