Skip to main content

Debbie Flores Narvaez

Debbie Flores Narvaez - Debbie Flores-Narvaez is the Las Vegas showgirl and dancer who disappeared into thin air. Family and friends fear the worst as the intense search continues.

The story of a Vegas performer who has been missing for nearly a week is seeping into the web news cycle tonight. Narvaez, who is a dancer at the Luxor and Palms Casinos, was last seen back on the evening of December 12th. Things turned decidedly worse a few days ago when her Chevrolet Prism was recovered.

Authorities would not confirm where the vehicle was found, but the discovery was made last Thursday. So far, police will not say whether or not they suspect foul play.

Her family is understandably shaken by her disappearance. Debbie’s sister told the press: “I can’t make anything of this right now. It’s not her. It’s not her to go missing. It’s not her to take a small vacation like this…”

Debbie Flores Narvaez

I guess we can all agree that we hope it is simply a ‘small vacation.’

The last person to see her was her ex-boyfriend, Blu Griffith. He claims she arrived at his house the night of her disappearance, but didn’t stick around. He apparently said that she was depressed lately over being apart from family during the holidays.

It turns out that the 31-year-old is actually a serious dancer. Family and friends say that dancing made her happy and ‘cheered her up.’

From what I’ve read there is no indication that she was involved in the underworld scene of Vegas. There has been no mention of drugs, or even her involvement with shady characters, which is all too often the case with stories like this.

We will keep you updated as more information roll in. Until then, check out a photo and some video of Debbie Flores-Narvaez below. More on the story at Fox News.

Debbie Flores Narvaez


Popular posts from this blog

Work-Related Personal Development Plans

Work-Related Personal Development Plans - Personal development refers to activities that improve self-knowledge and identity, develop talents and potential, build human capital and employability, enhance quality of life and contribute to the realization of dreams and aspirations. The concept is not limited to self-development but includes formal and informal activities for developing others, in roles such as teacher, guide, counselor, manager, coach, or mentor. Finally, as personal development takes place in the context of institutions, it refers to the methods, programs, tools, techniques, and assessment systems that support human development at the individual level in organizations.

At the level of the individual, personal development includes the following activities:

* improving self-awareness
* improving self-knowledge
* building or renewing identity
* developing strengths or talents
* identifying or improving potential
* building employability or human ca…

Urban Meyer Stepping Down

Urban Meyer Stepping Down - Well, it appears as if it’s deja vu all over again.

Less than 12 months after retiring and then un-retiring, Urban Meyer is apparently stepping down as Florida’s head coach. There’s no word on if he will be stepping back up tomorrow.

Urban Meyer Stepping Down

According to Todd Wright of Sporting News radio, and AOL Fanhouse‘s Brett McMurphy Meyer will announce at a 5 p.m. ET press conference Wednesday that he is resigning/retiring as the Gators’ head coach. There are no further details available at this time, other than GatorUpdates reporting over the weekend that Meyer checked into a hospital the week of the UGA game and has been undergoing tests since.

Obviously, we’ll have more on this story throughout the day and well into the night…

Urban Meyer Stepping Down

Matt Cassel Undergoes Appendectomy

Matt Cassel Undergoes Appendectomy - The mystery of Matt Cassel missing practice Wednesday coupled with the Kansas City Chiefs promoting quarterback Tyler Palko has been solved.

The team has announced that Cassel underwent an appendectomy on Wednesday morning. The Chiefs say they expect Cassel to return to work this week. Returning to work and being ready to perform well in the team’s biggest game of the season on Sunday against San Diego are two different things. ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting the Chiefs are viewing Cassel as being questionable to play in the game.

Clearly, this is terrible timing. The Chiefs are 8-4 and would take a major step toward the playoffs with a win over the Chargers. Cassel has played very well for the past two months. If he can’t play, the brittle Brodie Croyle would face the Chiefs in his first action of the season. Croyle last played in Week 13 of the 2009 season.

Matt Cassel Undergoes Appendectomy

Cassel’s availability will come down to whether he…