Mother of Yessenia Suarez renews plea to find her

The mother of Yessenia Suarez made fliers recently to continue spreading the word.

She has not seen her daughter or two grandchildren since 2013.

The man accused of killing them is behind bars in Volusia County.

Suarez's mother is renewing a call to find her loved ones.
"It hurts, I miss my family," said Felicita Perez, mother of Yessenia Suarez.
Almost two years have gone by since Felicita Perez's daughter, Yessenia Suarez, 28, and two grandchildren children, Thalia Otto, 9, and Michael Otto, 8, disappeared.
"Everyday when I wake up, I say 'God, thank you for another day, but where's my family? Where are they?'"
According to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office, Suarez and her two children were last seen October 23, 2013.

Suarez' husband, Luis Toledo, is accused of killing all three. Their bodies still haven't been found.
"I want my family. I want them back," Perez said. "No matter how, I just want them back. Make sure they're resting."
Toledo is charged with 2nd-degree murder in connection with the death of his wife and 1st-degree for the deaths of the children.

He is scheduled to be in court Monday, where a defense attorney will try to have some evidence tossed out.
Perez says she recently had bracelets and buttons made in a renewed, impassioned plea to find the people she loves.
Toledo is expected in court Monday at 9 a.m. in Volusia County.