Finding herself alone for the first time in many years following the death of her husband, 62-year-old Lorraine Long decided to try online dating. In 2009, she met Robert Wiesner on an online dating site. Lorraine and Robert quickly hit it off and the relationship flourished. But friends and family had misgivings about Lorraine's new man - he seemed vain, spent too much time on his car, he didn't have a steady job and he led a transient lifestyle. Their relationship soured after he started to show signs of jealousy and an explosive temper. Lorraine tried to end the relationship, but Robert refused to let her go. Lorraine was so frightened by his actions and his refusal to leave her alone, that she took a restraining order against him. Five months later, he broke in to Lorraine's house, drove with her to her remote ranch house in the desert, and he shot her twice in the chest. Wiesner is serving a total of 27 years in prison for burglary and the murder of Lorraine Long.