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October 1, 2014

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Police: Missing Las Vegas dancer’s car found

Investigation continues into disappearance of Luxor ‘Fantasy’ dancer

Debora Flores Narvaez

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Metro Police say they have located the car of a missing dancer in Luxor’s “Fantasy” show in the Northeast valley.

The 1997 Chevrolet Prism belonging to Deborah Flores-Narvaez, 31, was located Thursday night, said police spokesman Bill Cassell. Cassell said the investigation in to Flores-Narvaez’ disappearance is ongoing.

Flores-Narvaez, who has lived in Las Vegas for about 2 years, is described as 5-feet-5-inches tall and weighing 120 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes, police said.

Her sister, Celeste Flores-Narvaez, said she was flying out from Atlanta Friday to help search in Las Vegas.

Celeste Flores-Narvaez said her sister typically wearing bright colors and has the faded imprint of an old tattoo, the shape of a joker, on her ankle.

According to her MySpace page, Flores-Narvaez was a dancer who used to work for the Washington Redskins Cheerleader Ambassadors in 2007 and 2008. The profile also says she has a law degree and is originally from Puerto Rico.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Metro’s missing person’s detail at (702)828-2907.

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  1. there's talk of a exbf last seeing her

  2. How is it that a Luxor Fantasy Dancer can only afford to live in a dump?

    Here is an example of the pay Las Vegas Casinos give to their star performers...so they can afford junkweed apartments in East Snake Bite, Nevada.

    Where riches flow upwards to the top few in CasinoLand and the ones who perform the dances and entertainment push the cockroaches off their beds before they can lay down.

    The GOP is busy getting tax reductions for the wealthy, the business executives of the "Brightest City on Earth", and the talented ones live east of the dumpsters.

    John Ensign says he is representing the "job providers". You mean, these Jobs?

    John Ensign where are you?

  3. What a load of useless comments judging locations, cars, etcetera. Waste of bytes.

    Best wishes to the missing woman and her family.

  4. Jim, come on, it is human nature to speculate on these type of things, based on the available facts which admittedly are few. Bad neighborhood, attractive young woman----perhaps greater chance of carjacking, kidnapping, etc. It would not surprise me if her salary at the Luxor is surprisingly low either, which is not necessarily relevant but it is another thing that is interesting to consider, as well as the apartment, it's location and car. Mred mentions a boyfriend. Not his, the young woman's. The boyfriend was quoted as saying, in the inital article, that the last time he saw her was when she left his apartment, after they had watched the season finale of Dexter. Never have watched the show, I'm told it's about a serial killer, could be some irony there.

  5. Maybe human nature is inane. When you judge someone by what they drive, or where they live, those judgements are only as valuable as the perspective of the person making them. I don't see much valuable perspective here. It is, essentially, gossip.

  6. Jim, not judging anyone negative or positive, I believe that socioeconomic status, esp. where one lives correlates to the probability of being a victim of a crime. Inane or not, people will speculate.

  7. Hope for the best.
    If something is afoul I am sure it has nothing to do with where she lives or what kind of car she drives.

    A mansion and a BMW will not save you from jealous POS.

    Quite a few strip(the location) entertainers choose to live around Koval lane due to its proximity to their work location.

    We must always remember that you cannot judge things by the way they appear. Ive lived in supposedly bad neighborhoods that had an abundance of genuinely nice people, likewise Ive lived in very nice neighborhoods where people seemed to be superficial d-bags. I say seemed because another problem we have in this valley is fear. Some people are afraid of their own shadow.

    I stopped posting on these pages because of the underlying political overtones people on here always seem to add.

    There is an ever growing disparity between rich and poor. WE GET IT.

  8. Joe, agree with your point concerning the spouse/boyfriend and I was making no value judgment concerning poorer people who live in less affluent neighborhoods. Without belaboring the obvious, yes, there are good people in poorer neighborhoods and one can be a victim of a crime in a wealthy neighborhood, but statistically speaking one is often more likely to be victimized in certain poorer neighborhoods, that is a fact. The police in many cities across this country, e.g. New York City have and do use crime statistics and profiling (including lifestyle analysis) to fight and solve crime. This has been effective in fighting crime. In any event this is a tragedy for this young girl's family and I hope that things work out and she is safe. At this point it doesn't look good.

  9. Good point, can we account for Ensign and Gibbons whereabouts when this was going down???

    A $500 car too. Maybe they spent their money on something else???

  10. @lectrocuda I too am tired of them throwning political people's names out on every news story. Harry Reid had nothing to do with her disappearance. Do we have to discuss politics on every news story? Bottom line is: Politics sucks, and so do ALL politicians.

    I hope and pray they find her alive and well.