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Who is Haley Anderson? (Orlando Tercero Girlfriend) Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Who is Haley Anderson? (Orlando Tercero Girlfriend) Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know
Who is Haley Anderson? (Orlando Tercero Girlfriend) Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Haley Anderson Wiki – Haley Anderson Bio

Haley Anderson, a nursing student at Binghamton University, who was killed by her classmate Orlando Tercero. At the time of her death, Anderson, 22, had just a few months to graduate from Binghamton University and begin working as an emergency room nurse.

Who is Orlando Tercero?

Tercero, who was also a nursing student, strangled Anderson at his off-campus apartment on March 8, 2018. The two had dated previously and media reports have stated that he felt jealousy and rejection when Anderson told him she didn’t want a serious relationship with him and instead got back together with an ex-boyfriend.

Haley Anderson Age

She was 22 years old.

Anderson And Tercero Dated

According to testimony during the trial, Anderson and Tercero casually dated for approximately a year before their deaths. Tercero was said to be jealous of Anderson’s new boyfriend after she broke up with him. According to media coverage of the police investigation, Anderson had previously approached police with a complaint that he believed Tercero cut all four tires of his car parked outside his home. According to the same report, Anderson decided not to press charges for the September 17 incident, so Tercero was never arrested. In that day’s statement to police, obtained by Press Connects, Anderson said she and Tercero had “been out for a short time.” Two days earlier, Tercero had confronted Anderson at a party at her home about her dating one of Tercero’s friends. Police wrote that Tercero “was very angry and yelled at him.”

Haley Anderson Body Found

According to prosecutors during the trial, Tercero strangled Anderson on March 8, 2018, out of jealousy. They believe he may have attempted suicide, leaving a note to his family apologizing for what he had done. The judge said after the sentencing that, “Orlando Tercero, in cold blood, strangled the life of a young woman who we believe was probably sleeping and drinking.” On March 9, Anderson’s roommates worried about her whereabouts after they were unable to reach her, and used the Find My Friends app to track her phone to the Third Department. When no one opened the door, two of the roommates said they climbed out the window. They found Anderson’s body in Tercero’s bed and called the police, initiating the investigation.

Tercero Fled to Nicaragua After Killing Anderson And Arrested

After Third strangled Anderson, he drove to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City and took a flight to Nicaragua. Although born in the United States, Tercero has dual citizenship with Nicaragua through his parents. At the time, police released a statement saying: “The investigation determined that the person of interest had left the United States on an international air travel flight, prior to the discovery of Haley Anderson’s body.” Five days after the murder of Anderson and four days after Tercero arrived in Nicaragua, he was arrested at the León Hospital, where he was seeking medical assistance for “self-inflicted injuries,” according to a statement by the Nicaraguan National Police reported by the media. . The police stated: “The National Police received a request from the US authorities for the location and capture of the criminal Orlando Enrique Tercero Moreno, 22 years old, who [entered] Nicaragua on Friday, March 9 at 3:55 p.m. From the United States. “He was then transferred to a prison in the country’s capital, El Chipote.

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