Published Monday, Dec. 20, 2010 | 4:15 p.m.
Updated Monday, Dec. 20, 2010 | 8:32 p.m.
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An arrest report released Monday provides details about a domestic violence dispute involving the ex-boyfriend of missing dancer Deborah Flores-Narvaez.
According to the report, Jason Griffith was dating Flores-Navarez for a year and she was pregnant with his child. He was arrested in late October and charged with coercion after he allegedly stole her iPhone, pushed her down on the ground, kicked her and pulled her hair.
The report said that Flores-Navarez told police she was visiting Griffith’s ex-girlfriend’s house when Griffith approached her in her car, took her iPhone and elbowed her in the chin.
She then told police he left in his car with her iPhone and Flores-Navarez and Griffith’s ex-girlfriend followed him to 1440 Canyon Rose Way.
Griffith and Flores-Navarez then got into a verbal argument and Griffith threw her phone. As she went to retrieve it, Griffith allegedly pushed her down on the ground, kicked her and pulled her hair.
The report said that Flores-Navarez has bruises on her legs and an officer found a lock of her hair on the ground.
Meanwhile, Deborah’s mother, Elise Narvarez, recently told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that she received a text message from her daughter on Dec. 1.
“In case there is ever an emergency with me, contact Blu Griffith in Vegas. My ex-boyfriend. Not my best friend,” the message said.
Her mother told the paper that she asked her daughter what it meant and she responded, “never mind, mommy. Just keep it for your records.”
Deborah Flores-Narvaez's friends and family have passed out countless fliers, Metro Police detectives are investigating and the missing dancer's photos have been plastered across national media.
But "Debbie" as she is known to family and friends — a dancer at Luxor's "Fantasy" show — remains missing, now for more than a week.
Flores-Narvaez, 31, was last seen Dec. 12 leaving her apartment near Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue.
Police announced Friday that they found her car at an undisclosed location in Las Vegas.
Her sister, Celeste Flores-Narvaez, who flew here from Atlanta on Friday to help search efforts, said police found only a small makeup bag in the car.
Flores-Narvaez's cell phone remains off, and her MySpace and Facebook accounts untouched, she said.
Metro spokeswoman Barbara Morgan said detectives from the missing persons detail are "actively pursuing all leads," but they are not releasing any updates about the case, including whether they suspect foul play.
Celeste Flores-Narvaez said her sister's roommate contacted their family in Atlanta on Dec. 13 when Flores-Narvaez, who has lived in Las Vegas for about two years, failed to show up for a late-night dance practice and then a show.
Flores-Narvaez apparently stopped by her ex-boyfriend's residence the evening of Dec. 12, but he told their family she left before the season finale of the television show "Dexter," her sister said.
Flores-Narvaez is described as about 5-feet-5-inches tall and 120 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.
Flores-Narvaes typically wears bright colors and has a faded imprint of an old tattoo in the shape of a joker on her ankle, Celeste Flores-Narvaez said. She has lived at an apartment complex on Duke Ellington Way, which is near Tropicana Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard.
Celeste Flores-Narvaez said she was not sure how long she would stay in Las Vegas, but right now, she remains in contact with her sister's many friends as they hope for her safe return.
"Please spread the word around," she said. "If you have any information or know anyone that does ... please contact the authorities."
Flores-Narvaez, originally from Puerto Rico, previously worked for the Washington Redskin Cheerleader Ambassadors in 2007 and 2008. According to her MySpace biography, she earned a law degree and has a bachelor's degree in international business but decided to pursue her passion for dancing.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Metro's missing persons detail at (702) 828-2907.