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New details discovered in dancer death

LAS VEGAS (NBC) - The boyfriend of a murdered Las Vegas dancer is expected in court this week.

Jason Omar Griffith, 32, was arrested over the weekend in connection with the death of Debbie Flores-Narvaez and charged with her murder.

"I don't understand how someone can have such a demonic mind to plan out and do this to my sister," said Celeste Flores-Narvaez, sister of Debbie Flores-Narvaez.

Debbie Flores-Narvaez was a dancer in the "Fantasy" show at the Luxor, and her mid- December disappearance has captured national headlines. Her remains were recently discovered in a downtown Las Vegas home. According to police reports, Debbie was cut up and her body parts placed in two plastic tubs full of concrete.

The details of the case are laid out in the arrest report stating the couple fought at Griffith's home on Dec. 12, and Debbie was killed. A roommate, Louis Colombo, later came home and helped Griffith dispose of the body, the report states.

According to the report, Colombo says Griffith told him it was his "change-your-diaper moment."

Police say the two men would later move the remains in a U-Haul truck. The two allegedly first went to a friend's home with Debbie's remains encased in concrete and later to the empty house on Bonanza Way in Las Vegas.

Colombo says it was there that he and Griffith chipped the body out and that Griffith sawed her legs off with a hacksaw before once again filling the tubs with concrete.

While her sister finally has answers, the truth is much worse than anything she imagined.

"I hope they let me pull the switch," Celeste Flores-Narvaez said. "I hope they give him the death sentence and let me pull the switch."

Griffith and Debbie Flores-Narvaez had a history of domestic violence, according to police.

Police say more arrests in the case are possible.

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