The murderer of Leslie Dickenson is Robert Hayes and the mysterious murder is finally solved. Without a doubt her family is taking a sigh of relief. Let us know what her story is?
Leslie, age 38, was a girl who was working at Vernon Downs. She was a 90s small-town girl living her life with her sister and mother peacefully in New York until she got murdered by a guy named Robert Hayes.
On August 14, 1987, Police found her body discovered in the dorm, reported by The Cinemaholic. It was devastating news for her family, who is the only source of earning.
Nevertheless, Leslie’s sister, Donna, described her as a beautiful woman and always lived happily. In fact, her childhood was miserable and challenging as her parents divorced at a young age.
Leslie Dickenson Murder Case Update
Leslie Dickenson is the victim of a murder.
The killer tried to divert the case by showing the murder as a suicidal case. According to the police statement, her neck has a cut, and there was an extension cord knotted around her neck.
While investigating further in her room, Police realized that money was missing, and there are no suicide notes visible.
Eventually, after years of investigations and inquiries, the culprit was found guilty, and he is currently living the rest of his life in prison.
Where Is Robert Hayes Now?
Robert Hayes was charged a first-degree murder, burglary and tried to fire the victim’s property.
According to police records, Hayes remains to imprison at the Sullivan Correctional Facility in Fallsburg, New York.
Actually, he was sentenced to 15 to 45 years in prison. He has also been the suspect in killing Pamela in 1990.
Whatsoever, Leslie’s sister is living her life happily in New York. She is married and had a big family. Meanwhile, her mother, Luella Harper, is living a retired life. She is glad that her daughter gets justice sooner or later.