Where Is Larry Allred Today? Cindy Hernandez Murder Update From 1976

 


Larry Allred ( Source : Nntheblog )

Larry Allred is a man who was found guilty of killing Cynthia Hernandez, a shy and young 18-year-old Glendora resident. She had her entire life in front of her when she mysteriously vanished from a movie theater parking lot.

The grisly murder is detailed in "On the Case With Paula Zahn: A Deadly Omen" on Investigation Discovery. It also demonstrates how an unrelated crime and a lucky discovery helped the police find the killer.

Where Is Larry Allred Today? Cindy Hernandez Murder Update

Larry Allred, who was charged with Cindy's murder, entered a plea of guilty to first-degree murder and admitted full responsibility for the crime. The court consequently gave him a life sentence in jail in 2016.

However, according to sources, Allred will be eligible for release after completing just seven years of his sentence because he was imprisoned under statutes that were in effect in 1976.

Therefore, it states that Cindy's murderer is currently detained at the California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility in Corcoran, California, even though Larry's prison record indicates that he will be available for parole in December 2020.

1976  Cindy Hernandez Murder Case and Its Timeline

On August 26, 1976, at about 10 p.m., Cynthia made the decision to visit the Fox Theater to see the movie "The Omen." Because Cynthia's partner wasn't feeling well that evening and her sister, Delissa Steele, had already seen the movie, she made the decision to go to the theater alone.

Cynthia's mother, Gloria Densham, called the Glendora Police Department in a panic the next morning, on Saturday, August 27, to report that Cynthia was gone.

Investigators and family members didn't have any information about Cynthia's whereabouts at the time of her disappearance. The mystery surrounding Cynthia's disappearance has plagued Cynthia's loved ones for nearly 40 years.

On November 19, 1977, fifteen months after Cynthia vanished, three males offered to drive two girls to a local party as they walked through Covina. These two females were kidnapped, drugged, and violently raped for days in a cabin in Twin Peaks, but they never made it to the party. One of the males, Larry James Allred, threatened the two girls he had already slain with a skull and five human ribs, saying he would kill them again.

Authorities searched every nook and cranny of the neighborhood for Cindy throughout the course of the ensuing months. No matter what resource the police utilized in their investigation, the 18-year-disappearance old's remained a mystery, and the case eventually became unsolved. Sadly, Cindy's bones were finally identified by DNA in 2014, and although an autopsy was not then feasible, the murderer admitted to strangling Cindy to death.

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