Cameron Herrin Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Cameron Herrin is a street racer who has pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter and illegal racing on a highway. He was sentenced to 24 years in prison, a decision currently under appeal by his attorney.

In 2018, Herrin collided with Jessica Reisinger and her young child as they crossed the street. Both victims tragically passed away at the scene, leading to the arrest of Herrin and another racer, John Barrineau.

Cameron Herrin’s family is raising funds to appeal Cam’s sentence at the Second District Court of Appeals. He comes from a supportive family, with his mother Cheryl, a retired insurance manager, leading the fundraising campaign.

Cameron’s father, Chris, has a background in television and radio, working as a videographer and editor. However, he primarily stayed at home to care for Cameron and his brother, Tristan. Cameron Herrin is of American nationality and comes from a white ethnic background.

Real NameCameron Herrin
Birth Date2000
Age (as of 2021)21 Years
Birth PlaceU.S.
ProfessionCar Racer
Sun signNot Known
Heightin feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm
Weightin Kilograms – 52 kg  –  in Pounds –  114 lbs
Chest SizeNot Known
Waist SizeNot Known
Biceps SizeNot Known
Shoe Size7.5 (U.S.)
Hair ColorDark Brown
Eye ColorBlue
Body TypeSlim
FatherChris Herrin
MotherCheryl Herrin
BrotherTristan Herrin
SchoolNot Known
CollegeTexas Tech University
Marital StatusSingle

Originally from Texas, Cameron Herrin’s parents attended Texas Tech University. However, in 2005, they relocated to Tampa, Florida, where they raised their children. Herrin attended Tampa Catholic High School at the time of the incidents.

In April 2018, Cameron Herrin and his friend John Barrineau engaged in street racing. Herrin was driving a Mustang Ford, while John was in a Gold Nissan. They were speeding and appeared to be racing along a highway.

While crossing Bayshore Boulevard, Jessica Reisinger and her toddler were on foot. Seeing the approaching vehicles at high speed, Jessica attempted to protect her daughter, Lilia, by pushing the stroller out of harm’s way. Unfortunately, the stroller didn’t move far enough, and both Jessica and Lilia were struck by the vehicle. Tragically, both lost their lives in the accident, leading to the arrest of Cameron and John.

John accepted a plea deal and was sentenced to 6 years in prison. Cameron also pleaded guilty but received a 24-year sentence for vehicular manslaughter and illegal racing. Following this harsh judgment, Herrin’s attorney has appealed his sentence at the Second District Court of Appeals.

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