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Glendene Grant BTR show with families of 2 men missing in LV

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Join us tonight with family members of Trevor Morse, missing since May 6, 2007 and Nony Herrera, missing since May 14, 2010 - both missing in Las Vegas. 

RICK, father of Trevor Morse. 

Details of Disappearance: Trevor was last seen on the west side of Las Vegas on May 6, 2007. He called for a taxi service from his apartment on his cell phone. He was last seen being dropped off by the taxi at approximately 3:30pm at a furniture store near the 3800 block of south Town Center Drive and West Flamingo. According to the driver of the taxi, his passenger seemed in good spirits and was going to meet someone. Security cameras at the shopping center showed Trevor walking back-and-forth while waiting for his ride, then out of view of the camera to the southwest. He has never been heard from again. 

Mari, Rita and Margie, sisters of Nony Herrera 

HERIBERTO HERRERA FAMILY AND FRIENDS CALL HIM "NONY"

WENT MISSING FROM LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: ON MAY 14, 2010

AT THE TIME OF DISAPPEARANCE: Blue half cast on left arm. 

Nony is married to Johanna Blake. Johanna is the Vice President of Merrill Lynch, Bank of America they have twin sons. Nony was born in Puerto Rico in 1970, and moved to Nevada in the mid 1970's. Nony has lived in Las Vegas, Nevada most of his life. Nony attended Las Vegas High School and has worked in the casino industry for over 15 years. Nony also worked as a cab driver but took a leave of absence to help care for his twins that were born profoundly pre-mature. Prior to going missing, Nony was a responsible and devoted father, husband, and brother. Nony's vehicle was located on June 5, 2010 at Mt. Charleston, Nevada and in August 2011, local hikers found items 9500 ft. in elevation that allegedly belong to Nony. 

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