Entrepre-murder, Lyle Herring and Lesley Ann Herring

The Herrings
In season three, episode 27, we see Entrepre-murder, the true story of the murder of Lesley Ann Herring by Lyle Herring. and the love story of Lyle Herring and Lesley Ann Herring which doesn't end well for Lesley.

This show is described as a couple from Los Angeles disappears without a trace, and investigators discover a true villain is responsible. Her body has never been found (you can view the Charley Project page for her here). Lyle did so much to throw police off his tracks that he actually made a trail leading directly to him.

Lyle Herring was sentenced to 15 years to life and is eligible for release  in 2023 though that is unlikely. Her body has never been found.


His appeal (see link) includes:

Lesley was born in March 1964 in Guyana. When she was four, she moved to Maryland. She attended schools in Barbados, Montreal, and Paris. Lesley’s family and friends described her as a “creature of habit,” a responsible person who paid her bills on time and gave them her itinerary if she was going away. She was “meticulous” and organized, at home and at work.
        
Lesley married Herring in 1998, and they lived at Lesley’s condominium. Lesley’s mother, Vivian Telford, was close to the couple. They told her when they argued. One complaint Lesley had was Herring failed to communicate and he constantly
started and stopped businesses, which frightened the financially responsible Lesley. Vivian was unaware of any domestic violence, and she believed the couple loved each other.

Lesley, however, sometimes told her mother she didn’t love Herring and couldn’t see spending the rest of her life with him. Vivian advised it was “dangerous to tell a man that you’re going to leave him”; instead, Lesley should “ ‘just up and leave quietly.’


You can write to Lyle Herring at:

Lyle Herring
Lyle Herring AR3832
Correctional Training Facility
P.O. Box 705
Soledad, CA 93960

You can email Lyle using Jpay - you will need to select California and the ID AR3832




 

 

Take Away

There is no such thing as the perfect murder anymore. Videos cameras, GPS and cell phones make it impossible to get away with murder. If you are unhappy in your marriage, take the hit and leave. It's less expensive then life in prison.






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