Michelle Hoang Thi Le: Family offers reward for missing nursing student

UPDATE: 12/10/12 – An Alameda County judge has sentenced Giselle Esteban to 25 years to life for the first-degree murder of Michelle Le.  A jury announced they had found Esteban guilty of killing Michelle Oct. 29, 2011 in Oakland.

There are many stories about Michelle on this website.  Please go to the search box on type and type in Michelle’s name to read all the stories about her.  Thanks!

Previous story:
Michelle Hoang Thi Le, who grew up in San Diego is missing from Hayward, California. She was in class at Kaiser Permanente Hayward Medical Center, and during break told a friend she was going to her car. She never returned. Her car was found about 1/2 mile away.

Michelle had told friends she was going to Reno for the weekend, but she said she was driving there.
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Police found valuables in her car, but not her cell phone or keys. They pinged her phone and it showed up Freemont and a few other areas, but Michelle would not answer her phone.

The police asked the family to not talk to the police, but they have ignored that advise and the brother, acting as the spokesman is talking to the media. This I believe is one of the reasons that slowly everyone is hearing about her disappearance and it is becoming national news.


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