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PostSubject: Haleigh Cummings' family speaks about recent drug arrests   Mon Jan 25, 2010 10:53 pm

Haleigh Cummings' family speaks about recent drug arrests

Updated: Monday, 25 Jan 2010, 9:06 PM EST
Published : Monday, 25 Jan 2010, 9:06 PM EST

Members from both sides of Haleigh’s family talk about their loved ones incarceration.
Four days after Ronald Cummings and Misty Croslin were arrested on drug trafficking charges, their families are talking about the experiences they are having behind bars. Both Misty and Ronald have been able to make phone calls to their loved ones, and both say they are trying to keep in good spirits despite facing lengthy prison terms for trafficking prescription pain pills.
A judge has reduced Misty Croslin’s bond from $950,000 to $500,000. Misty’s family says even though her bond has been reduced, they still can’t afford to bail her out. Members of Misty’s family say Misty has contacted them a few times by telephone for 4 or 5 minute clips. We are told Misty has done a lot of crying on the phone, and has talked about going to Bible study while being under incarceration.
Ronald Cummings, Haleigh Cummings’ father, is sitting in a Flagler County jail cell by himself. His grandmother says he does have access to a telephone. She says Ronald has contacted them a few times but mainly talks about the search for Haleigh. Ronald’s grandmother also says visitation is only allowed once a week on Wednesdays, and this Wednesday will be the first time his mother will see him since he was locked away this past Thursday.
Haleigh’s Mother, Crystal Sheffield, has been granted emergency custody over Haleigh’s little brother. She says a Putnam County Judge determined it would be best that Ronnie Jr. stay with his mother while his father was behind bars.
Misty Croslin, Misty’s brother Hank “Tommy” Croslin Jr. , Ronald Cummings, Ronald’s cousin Hope Sykes, and a woman named Donna Brock all face drug trafficking charges for the illegal sale and possession of oxycodone and hydrocodone. If convicted, Ronald, Misty and Donna could face mandatory minimum sentences of 25 years in prison.

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PostSubject: Haleigh's Dad Speaks Out Behind Bars!   Tue Jan 26, 2010 12:54 am

January 25, 2010

Haleigh’s Dad Speaks Out Behind Bars!

Posted: 07:39 PM ET

Ronald Cummings spoke out in an exclusive interview behind bars for the first time since his arrest. He wouldn’t say much about the drugs, other than he thinks that he is going to prison. Ronald Cummings

As for Haleigh, the authorities keep saying that this is separate and are adamant about keeping it that way. However, they have not denied that the 5 arrested will all be questioned at some point about the little girl’s disappearance.

I spoke to Ronald Cummings’ attorney today, Terry Shoemaker, who said he hasn’t even seen any discovery in this case yet but added that “law enforcement seem to have quite a bit of evidence." When I asked him about Ronald’s demeanor he said it was “fine”.

Now that Cummings’ is behind bars, Haleigh’s biological mother Crystal Sheffield has gained custody of her brother Junior. Cummings had won custody of both children when the two originally split. Now, with Cummings behind bars, the tables have turned on that front.

Will all of this lead us to Haleigh?

Haleigh’s paternal grandmother, Teresa Neves, still believes that Misty may know something and she prays that recent events will shed some light on the little girl’s disappearance. Her family has been through a lot this past year and she just wants justice. Haleigh Cummings

Another shocker in this case was the arrest of Donna Brock who is also known as Misty’s Road Rage pal. This was a woman who claimed she was on the side of law enforcement but is now facing a minimum of 25 years for trafficking prescription drugs along side of Haleigh’s former teen stepmom.

Truly amazing.

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PostSubject: Nancy Grace Fights Taping of Deposition   Tue Jan 26, 2010 9:23 am

Nancy Grace Fights Taping Of Deposition

Melinda Duckett Family's Lawyers To Question Talk Show Host

POSTED: Tuesday, January 26, 2010
UPDATED: 12:20 am EST January 26, 2010

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Talk show host Nancy Grace is firing back in a central Florida wrongful death suit by filing an emergency motion in federal court to block her deposition from being videotaped.
Grace is slated for a deposition in connection with the Melinda Duckett wrongful death case this week. Duckett's parents are suing Grace, claiming an interview with the talk show host drove their daughter to commit suicide.
"Where were you? Why aren't you telling us where you were that day? You were the last person to be seen with him," Grace asked Duckett in the 2006 interview.
On her show, Grace often uses short sound bites from jail interviews or court proceedings and then lawyers analyze each word. On Monday, however, she had a motion filed to block the same thing from happening to her.
Lawyers representing Duckett's parents are scheduled to question Grace regarding the interview she conducted with the troubled mother after she reported her son, Trenton, had disappeared; however, the Cable News Network, commonly known as CNN, said the deposition should not be videotaped, arguing in the court filing that "the risks associated with releasing deposition videotapes prior to trial are high due to the video's unique ability to be misused."
According to CNN, such videos "can be cut and spliced and used as 'sound bites' and taken wholly out of context."
Yet, on Monday night, Grace was using spliced sound bites to highlight another missing child from central Florida, Haleigh Cummings.
When Caylee Anthony disappeared, the talk show host repeatedly analyzed and commented on jail conversations as well.
"She kept telling her mother that (Caylee's) somewhere close to home," Grace said in 2008, of the Caylee Anthony case. "She said that a couple of times, and listen -- she's either clairvoyant, or she's a killer."
Still, CNN argued that releasing depositions in the Duckett lawsuit could "harass, embarrass and intimidate Ms. Grace, and corrupt the jury pool."
Grace has denied her interview with Duckett in 2006 had anything to do with her suicide, and police said they considered Duckett to be the prime suspect in Trenton's disappearance.
The Duckett family said they want the deposition to be videotaped, and attorneys for the family said they have no problem keeping the videotape confidential and not releasing it to the public.
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PostSubject: Haleigh Cummings Update - Documents Released About Drug Bust   Tue Jan 26, 2010 9:50 pm

Haleigh Cummings Update – Documents Released About Drug Bust

Posted on January 26th, 2010
by Simon Barrett in crime

I think it is fair to say that the PCSO are forthcoming when they actually have something that they can legally share. Todays releases are the Incident Reports for the arrests of Misty Croslin, Tommy Croslin, Ronald Cummings, Hope Sykes, and Donna Brock.
Some of these (all of them) reports have been redacted. But you can still find items of interest in them. Who is Kelly? That would be a good start. Also it is apparent that this was not a flash in the pan event. As best I can tell there were at least 5 members of Law Enforcement involved. This project also was the culmination of a one month ‘Sting’ operation.
Here are the documents:

  • Incident 336
  • Incident 359
  • Incident 398
  • Incident 510

The question that needs to be asked is what do they show? We are still looking at them, sometimes you can find more from the redacted and unsaid facts than what has been released. I think this is the case with these ones.
There are rich pickings to be found in these documents, you just have to know where to look, and how to interpret them.
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PostSubject: 3 Face Questions In Halegh's Case   Wed Jan 27, 2010 1:56 am

3 Face Questions In Haleigh's Case

Haleigh's Father, Others Arrested On Drug Charges Last Week

POSTED: Tuesday, January 26, 2010
UPDATED: 10:54 pm EST January 26, 2010

The arrests of Ronald Cummings, his ex-wife, Misty Cummings, and three others last week on drug charges could be part of a bigger picture -- the difficult search for missing 6-year-old Haleigh Cummings.
Haleigh was 5 years old when she disappeared from her Putnam County home nearly a year ago.
Now investigators are able to question five of the people who were closest to the girl, looking for any possible clues as to what happened to her.

Misty Cummings, 18, is accused of selling prescription pills on the streets of Putnam County, and Ronald Cummings and Misty's brother Hank Croslin Jr. are also being held on drug trafficking charges.

Ronald Cummings, Misty Cummings and Hank Croslin Jr. were booked into jail Wednesday night on drug trafficking charges.
However, police have Misty's bond set at nearly $1 million because they said she sold more pills and did more dealings with undercover detectives than the others combined.
The question now is whether police have Misty right where they want her.
Could they use this drug trafficking case as leverage to get information on Haleigh's case?
All along, investigators in Putnam County have said they believe Misty holds the key to their investigation into the disappearance of Haleigh.
Misty was the last person to see the girl, and police believe she has information she's not sharing.
"I think there is an obvious linkage between the pressures that are applied in one case for info and the other," Attorney Rod Smith said Tuesday in a phone interview.
Smith is a former state prosecutor who has been following Haleigh's case very closely. He said now is an obvious opportunity for investigators to question Misty once again, and she may now want to talk.

Arrest Reports Released Tuesday Detail Drug Bust

According to police reports released Tuesday, Ronald Cumming, Misty Cummings, Hank Croslin Jr., Hope Sykes and Donna Brock, all arrested last week on drug trafficking charges, were able to buy drugs at a McDonald's in Palatka, a St. Augustine rest stop, Second Avenue in Welaka and off Highway 17 in San Mateo.
Detectives said Misty was involved in all six of the drug dealings. Ronald was involved in three, and Croslin, Sykes and Brock each involved in one.

In total, police said all five were selling more than $2,500 in pills.
According to the police reports, Misty at one point told an undercover officer she was "freaked out because it was a lot of money and a lot of pills, and she didn't want to get into trouble."
After investigating the group for a month, police in Putnam County arrested all five of them. Of the group, Misty has the highest bond and faces the most charges.
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PostSubject: Ronald Cummings mother talks arrests, Haleigh   Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:03 am

Ronald Cummings mother talks arrests, Haleigh

Updated: Wednesday, 27 Jan 2010, 12:13 AM EST
Published : Wednesday, 27 Jan 2010, 12:13 AM EST

"He's doing the best he can…that isolation is what makes him craziest," said Theresa Neves, Ronald Cummings mother.
Neves is talking about his son Ronald's recent arrest. He, his ex-wife Misty, her brother, Hank Tommy Croslin Jr., and two others were all taken into custody last week on drug trafficking charges for selling and possessing pain pills.
"He said he read a 376 page book from three in the morning until three in the afternoon. So he's doing a lot of reading, a lot of Bible study," said Neves.
Theresa says Ronald is in a jail cell alone, in protective custody. He has a cot and a toilet in his room. The lights in his cell stay on all day and all night, so Theresa says Ron has been forced to sleep under his cot to try and get out of the light.
"I think one day, he called eight times. He was pretty lonely that day, I guess," said Neves.
Theresa spoke at length about Ronald's arrest for trafficking prescription drugs. She says the two have barely spoken about the arrest, but they have talked a little bit about it.
"Putnam County's thing is that Misty's been the key to this. They couldn't bring her in, they couldn't hold her. Shes in there now, and I hope they can hold her," said Neves.
Theresa spoke at length about how her view of Misty Cummings changed. At first, she defended her former daughter-in-law for months, saying shes told all she knew about Haleigh's disappearance. During our interview, Theresa says now shes not sure.
"The first four months I knew Misty, I thought the kids were her number one priority. They loved her. Just the changes Ive seen in the past few months are unreal to me that anybody can be that day and night," said Neves.
"I've never seen her high, never heard of her high, but now that's all you hear…doing things just cant imagine anyone her age can do, " said Neves. "She's definitely not who I think she was. She has made a complete disaster of her life in the past few months," Neves added.
Neves says everyday she writes in a diary she bought for Haleigh . Everyday she changes the colors in the pad and saves it. She says all she has left to remember Haleigh by are those notes, the memories, and pictures. She says shes hoping whenever Ronald is allowed to come home, Haleigh will be there to welcome him.

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PostSubject: Haleigh Cummings: Anyone Else to Care About?   Wed Jan 27, 2010 9:58 am

Art Harris, guest on Nancy Grace Show Monday night, Jan. 25

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HLN’s Nancy Grace Show has invited Art Harris of The Bald Truth ( or back on as a guest Wed. night, Jan. 27, and Friday night, Jan. 29 to update viewers on the latest in the Haleigh Cummings mystery.
Of course, we’re under no illusions…Tiger, a new missing child, or another big, breaking crime story could bounce Haleigh. That’s the way news works in an era of 24/7 cable, where no matter the network, murder means business, and shows that scream for justice demand a story worth screaming about, like a beautiful, missing little girl with a hands-on-hip attitude and a smile that grabs you by the heart — and won’t let go.
But producers also need a peg to thaw a lingering case with no official suspect, no witnesses, no weapon and no body.
This week, almost a year after Haleigh vanished from her Dad’s trailer — they got one– law enforcement delivered a major drug bust that put the now 18 year old baby sitter turned stepmother (and key to the missing child case, say police), Misty Cummings, behind bars on major drug trafficking charges.
Legal experts figure her nearly million dollar bond will likely be challenged as excessive when it comes down to the stash cops seized: not kilos of cocaine, but 339 prescription painkillers with a street value of $3,900. But the bust–and the whopper of a bond — made headlines and drew major media back to the crime scene.
We’re not dissing the busts as peanuts; police also locked up others on major drug charges: Haleigh’s father, Ronald Cummings, his cousin, Hope Sykes, Misty’s brother, Hank (Tommy) Croslin and Donna Brock, the former volunteer who Texas Equusearch cut loose last fall, only to get sucked into Misty’s Satsuma netherworld as a confidante and rogue Sugar Mama.
According to police reports that were released Tuesday and obtained by The Bald Truth, the six busts — sales by Misty and others to an unidentified undercover cop caught on audio and video tape yet to be released — apppeared as righteous as a drug bust can be, say officials.
“They’re good cases,” Lt. Johnny Greenwood, spokesman for the Putnam County Sheriff told me. “Illegal prescription drugs are an epidemic. It’s not only killling our county and killing our state, it’s killing our country.”
That’s what it took to put the missing child back in the spotlight where she deserves to be–the same illegal celebrity drugs we regularly hear about in celebrity deaths–Anna Nicole Smith, Michael Jackson.
Ironically, in Haleigh’s case, the same wayward characters so easily suckered into trading pills for cash from an undercover cop, actually keep network news cameras at bay for regular coverage.
I mean who else is there to care about except Haleigh (and her little brother, JR)? Heroes and villains define the world of television crime, and when the public falls for the good guys, that can help keep a case alive in the media, feed the ratings beast and keep pressure on the bad guys, or girls to slip up, make mistakes, get caught.
With new public empathy and understanding, the door is now cracked for local law enforcement to keep the media around as allies, let the perps watch the local news–even Nancy Grace, the HLN show Misty confidante Donna Broke told me had Misty so regularly infuriated that she would rant at the television. She watched it every night, Donna informed me in our long talks while they were road-tripping. She heard every phone call with Ronald, and shared their rifts on background, as she played undercover mama and played Misty. But that was then, and we are now.
Still, a few sources close to the case would tell me they believed our steady reporting of the Misty-Ronald conflict, her party habits, how police were following her every move, kept her feeling caged while pumping up her ego as a celebrity. The Today Show, The Early Show…( aka
At the same time she was feeling upbeat, even overconfident, she was also feeling cornered, said Donna, who told several people she smoked pot with Misty, and now we know, did even more to feed her own cravings and make a little money. At least that’s what Misty told an undercover cop she was using to place painkillers Donna had scored from a dentist in Virginia, according to sources and a police report released Tuesday.
Eventually, some figured, she’d run out of options, run out of money, screw up and commit a crime that would put her in jail — and finally give investigators an edge to learn the truth. They can keep that edge by tightening the drug screws, make more arrests, and use the media to keep the pressure on.
There’s always a fine line between keeping the media at bay and the public informed, but successful police work entails understanding how to feed the media without creating a feeding frenzy. In this case, they’re also handicapped in drawing national media by the setting of the crime; urban news demos are anathema to a rural Florida setting evoking Dueling Banjos, and a cast of characters that makes Jerry Springer guests look highbrow.
All the more important to allow some of Satsuma’s finest into the spotlight: why not allow a TV show tag along with Sheriff Jeff Hardy, a day in the life of the new top cop on the block for a year now, who inherited a missing child case and convicts on the loose. Talk about trial by fire.
While unsavory and unappealing parents hurt Haleigh’s media draw, law enforcement can combat that by serving up cops to care about, while doing sensitive police work in private. More than an unsolved mystery, television needs good guys and bad guys to rivet viewers night after night, pump ratings, someone to hate, and someone to love. Casey Anthony may buck the formula, too, with few publicaly appealing family members. But HER locale is upscale suburbia, and she’s playing wild cards Haleigh doesn’t have: an articulate (if personality disordered bad) party girl Mom, the body of a victim and a crucial ratings companion — enough forensics to keep CSI Orlando on the air for years.
A little brother could do it, if he were older, perhaps, or at least old enough to be able to testify — and identify — the mystery man in black with squeeky shoes who made the couch in the trailer bounce. Short of that, it’s up to investigators to keep using every tool, and start bringing the media back in from the cold and into the fold. They know who they can trust, and now that they’ve seen the power television has, and its appeal to the players behind bars, artfully using it could make it a force multiplier for LE, and bring the case to a close even faster.
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PostSubject: Haleigh Cummings - The Donna Brock Connection   Wed Jan 27, 2010 9:24 pm

Haleigh Cummings – The Donna Brock Connection

Posted on January 27th, 2010
by Simon Barrett in crime

I was somewhat surprised to see Donna Brock caught up in last weeks sweep of the folks involved in the Haleigh Cummings case. Donna Brock for those of you not familiar with the name was the ‘hired gun’ financed by Tim Miller of Texas Equusearch to befriend Misty Croslin and get the real story.
Why Tim Miller would do such a thing is way beyond me. I had thought that his group was involved more in search and recovery than ‘investigation’. But investigate they did. Donna Brock became Misty Croslin’s well heeled new best friend. I do not have copies of the receipts, but it has been said that Tim Miller paid Donna Brock $3,000 for this adventure to Orlando.
There is much that we do not know about the relationship between Donna Brock and Misty Cummings, but, some facts can be uncovered. The Tim Miller all expenses paid vacation happened in early October 2009. There are rumors, and indeed a couple of news hounds have talked about it, there were some illegal recordings made between the two.
One source tells me that he has heard snippets, but they were no more than two women chatting. There was nothing to suggest that Misty was handing over the crown jewels.
Donna Brock was a huge media target for a couple of weeks after her adventure with Misty Croslin. What only recently became public was that late in October 2009 she received her ‘walking papers’ from Texas Equusearch’. The letter is well crafted, it does not state her position with TES, we are left to guess if she was a volunteer or on the payroll.
TES sent the letter distancing themselves from Donna Brock quickly after her arrest. The interesting part is the date, October 30.
Could it be pure chance that Donna Brock was at the funeral for Somer Thompson on October 27? There is an interesting picture that has surfaced.

I do like to zoom in.

My sources tell me that this grand gesture is aimed at Tim Miller, I do not know if that is true. Off Air people tend to say a great deal about Tim Miller, none of which are flattering, On Air, they tend to soften their approach. Miller has a formidable ‘war chest’ plus a huge following, to strike against him would take a great deal of guts.
I wonder if Donna Brock has the guts?
No-one has any doubts that taking Ronald Cummings, Misty Croslin, Tommy Croslin, Hope Sykes, and Donna Brock to jail is not primarily involved with the search for Haleigh Cummings. The drugs are an aside. But what a wonderful way to apply some pressure.
The big question is who will crack first!

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PostSubject: Police Reports Detail Misty Croslin Drug Deals!   Wed Jan 27, 2010 9:38 pm

Police Reports Detail Misty Croslin Drug Deals!

By Art Harris, The Bald Truth, ©️, all rights reserved

It was three days before Christmas when Misty Croslin made her first drug deal with a customer her family overheard her call “Jake,” someone who drove a white car she didn’t know was wired, who had heard she had connections and asked her to score. To hear law enforcement tell it, Misty was princesss of the little big time, the organizer who put the deals together.
This time, Jake wanted 45 Roxycodone, and one of six police reports we’ve posted below detail how he handed her $750 in a McDonald’s parking lot in Palatka, Fla. and she gave him the pills handed to her by a white man in a big truck poilce are now tracking as part of the probe.
But until last week, when she was arrested and charged on six drug trafficking charges that could bring her decades behind bars, her bond set at $950, Misty had no idea her best customer was an undercover cop, or UC, as the police reports we obtained call him.
That day, Dec. 22, the first police report says, Misty and brother, Tommy, climbed into a car they didn’t know was wired for audio and videotape, and just before 5 p.m., she scored what Jake had ordered. He’d be calling again, and again, buying a total of 303 pills in all, worth $3,900, police have recalculated.
Her ex husband, Ronald Cummings, remains behind bars charged with three counts of trafficking; he tells a Florida reporter detectives in the Haleigh case have always paid him a visit, as we were told the day of the arrests they would be doing, using the busts to leverage information about his missing five year old daughter.
And that’s how the deals went down, in three nearby counties, from the Flying J truck stop off I 95 in St. Augustine, where Misty was heading when she told Jake she was “freaking out” because it was her biggest deal ever–155 Hydrocodone she said her confidante, Donna Brock, had given her to sell—for $800.
Over the next few weeks, Jake would call, and Misty would deliver, according to the reports, Misty always the common denominator in the deal as she brought Ronald along for three deals, and his cousin, Hope Sykes, along for another.
All are now behind bars, including Brock, charged with various counts of trafficking, and police have started grilling the players about what they know in the Haleigh Cummings case. If they do find Haleigh as a result of pressure from the busts, that would indeed be the biggest score of all.
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PostSubject: Haleigh's Dad Continues To Vow Revenge   Thu Jan 28, 2010 7:13 pm

Haleigh's Dad Continues To Vow Revenge

Father Of Missing Florida Girl Gives Jailhouse Interview

POSTED: Thursday, January 28, 2010
UPDATED: 3:52 pm EST January 28, 2010

BUNNELL, Fla. -- Ronald Cummings said detectives wasted no time asking him about his missing 6-year-old daughter after police arrested him on drug charges last week, according to a phone conversation with a Florida Times-Union reporter.
Cummings said questions from investigators immediately turned to Haleigh following his arrest, Local 6 News partner WJXT-TV reported.
"They just told me that their main focus is not on putting me in jail but finding Haleigh," Cummings said in the recorded conversation from his Flagler County Jail cell. "They already know that I don't know nothing about Haleigh's disappearance, or otherwise I would've already been in DOC."
Cummings also talked about what he'd do if he ever finds the person responsible for the girl's disappearance last February.
"Kill him. Same thing I said on the 911 call. I'm telling you, I haven't changed my mind not a bit," Cummings said. "I don't care if they get me with unjustifiable homicide. I don't care. If I find out what happened to my youngin', it doesn't matter to me. It will be worth life without parole or the death penalty."
Cummings' conversation with the reporter turned from Haleigh to his ex-wife, Misty Cummings, the last person to see his daughter, and whether Ronald thinks Misty knows more than she's telling.
"It's hard to believe she doesn't know more, but it's also hard to believe that if she did know more she ain't already talked," Cummings said. "Especially if they got her locked up like they got me."
"I want my family to know I love them, my girlfriend to know I love them, my kids to know I love them, Haleigh to know I'll never give up on her," Cummings added. "This is a setback in my life that when I come out will remind me what I should be doing and not what I was doing, what I'm being accused of doing."
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PostSubject: Haleigh's Jailed Dad Says He'd Kill Kidnapper   Thu Jan 28, 2010 7:28 pm

Haleigh’s Jailed Dad Says He’d Kill Kidnapper

Posted: 11:39 am EST January 28, 2010Updated: 6:15 pm EST January 28, 2010

FLAGLER COUNTY, Fla. -- The father of a missing Putnam County girl is speaking out from inside the Flagler County jail. Ronald Cummings was arrested last week on drug charges and, shortly after he was caught, he said detectives started grilling him, not about the drug case, but about his missing 6-year-old daughter Haleigh.

Cummings said detectives wasted no time with questions about Haleigh. She disappeared from her Putnam County home last February.

“They just told me that their main focus is not on putting me in jail, but finding Haleigh,” Cummings said.

VIDEO REPORT: Haleigh's Dad Speaks

During a jailhouse interview with a Florida newspaper reporter, Cummings didn't hesitate to say he knows nothing about his daughter's whereabouts, but he had problems answering similar questions about his ex-wife, Misty Croslin. She was the last person to see Haleigh alive and detectives believe she's key to solving the crime.

“Man that's a, that's a hard question to answer,” Cummings said. “It's hard to believe that she doesn't know more, but it's also hard to believe that, if she did know more, she ain't already talked. Ya know?"

Cummings and his ex-wife were arrested last week, along with three others, in a prescription drug sting. Investigators say they were buying and selling prescription drugs. Cummings said he understands how serious the charges are and does believe he's going to prison.

“This is a setback in my life that, when I come out, will remind me what I should be doing and not what I was doing, what I’m being accused of doing,” he said.

Cummings also said, if he does get out, even if it's years from now, he would go back [to prison]. Cummings said, if he finds out who took his daughter, he would kill them and then call police afterwards.

“I don't care. If I find out what happened to my youngin’, it doesn't matter to me. It will be worth life without parole or the death penalty,” he said.

There have been dozens of searches and investigators have followed up on thousands of leads, but they say they're no closer to knowing what happened to Haleigh today than they were when she first disappeared last year.
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PostSubject: EXCLUSIVE; "Misty NO Drug Dealer' Tommy, An Addict, Not a Criminal" - Croslin Family   Thu Jan 28, 2010 7:45 pm

EXCLUSIVE: “Misty No Drug Dealer; Tommy, An Addict, Not a Criminal”–Croslin Family

Misty Croslin, mug shot
By Art Harris, The Bald Truth, (c), all rights reserved
It was a shock to me,” Misty Croslin’s father, Hank, Sr. tells The Bald Truth in an exclusive interview after learning his 18 year old daughter was behind bars charged with six counts of drug trafficking and held on a whopping $950,000 bond.
“When I heard police were calling Misty a big drug dealer, the (so-called) ‘mastermind’ or ringleader, I couldn’t believe it,” Hank told me. “She’s never been a ringleader of anything. Misty is a follower, not a leader.”
In face of what sources close to the case tell me is a “slam dunk,” with hours of audio and videotape of the month long investigation allegedly showing Misty Croslin and others around Satsuma, Florida and nearby counties scoring drugs from locals and selling a total of 303 illegal prescription pain pills to an undercover cop named Jake, her father called it a misunderstanding, and described Misty as a lost teenager just trying to fit in.
“If she bought some pills, she was just doing people favors,” Hank Croslin explained. “If you know Palatka, this ain’t nothing but a cesspool of drugs and pills. But Misty’s no drug dealer!”
Indeed, the bust that headlined Misty Croslin as a drug dealer also gives investigators in the Haleigh Cummings disappearance new leverage over the teenage babysitter who reported the five year old missing a year ago and police believe knows more than she’s revealed.
At the same time, police last week arrested others as part of the drug ring: ex husband, Ronald Cummings, 26, her brother, Hank, Jr., aka Tommy, Ronald cousin Hope Sykes and Misty confidante Donna Brock, 44.
As for Tommy Croslin, Misty’s brother who is charged with one count of trafficking, his wife Lindsay tells me that he’s “an addict, not a criminal. He’s sick, he’s sick. The worst he’s ever done is smoke weed until he got hooked on Roxydcondone.”
In an exclusive interview with The Bald Truth, his wife, Lindsay, says she’s tried to get him into a rehab program, “but the cheapest one costs $8,700 a month and we don’t have it. I could get a judge to lock him up for 72 hours, but he’d come out of the hospital and need drugs for his habit. I don’t know what to do.”
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PostSubject: Ronald Cummings gets first jail visit   Thu Jan 28, 2010 9:10 pm

Ronald Cummings gets first jail visit

Updated: Thursday, 28 Jan 2010, 5:24 PM EST
Published : Thursday, 28 Jan 2010, 12:36 PM EST

Ronald Cummings mother visited her son for the first time since he was arrested on drug trafficking charges.
If you’ve never seen the Flagler County Detention Facility , it is an intimidating place. Razor wire tops and is coiled around the bottom of tall metal fences. The 132 bed facility only has one way in, and one way out. It was through that gate Theresa Neves will have to drive through each time she wants to see her son Ronald Cummings.
He looks good. He looks real good. He actually had a shower, said Ronald’s mother Theresa Neves.
Ronald is allowed 2 hours of visitation every Wednesday. Besides those two hours, Ronald must remain alone in his cell, rarely allowed out for any length of time.
He kept looking at the clock...he's like Momma, we only have 6 minutes...momma we only have 4 minutes...I said son, why do you keep looking at that clock? He says well I don't have one in my cell. And they're going to come and get you the second that things turns to two o'clock. He said I know they will, so I just want to tell you I love you, said Neves.
Theresa says Ronald spent the beginning of their meeting together talking about shaving, showering, and the meals he was allowed to eat. Once his mother mentioned his children, she says began to cry.
He tried not to cry. He tried to be the big macho boy but it didn’t work. We started talking about Junior and he started crying, said Theresa.
Ronald’s mother says her son opened up to her about his feelings on his ex-wife, Misty Cummings. Theresa says Ronald is certain she knows more about Haleigh’s disappearance than she has told investigators.
He feels like they’re so certain Misty knows something, and she is going to say something while she’s in there, said Neves.
He feels if there is anything that she does know, she’s going to tell it, said Neves.
Misty was also arrested for selling and possessing pain pills. Her bond is set at $500,000 and she is being held in the St. Johns County Detention Center along with her brother.
Neves says the only thing Ronald asked for was chain with a cross. The Flagler County Detention Facility is very restrictive about what it lets inmates wear. Religious items are permitted. Ronald’s mother says Ronald has asked for the cross so he can keep God close to his heart.
A total of five people face drug trafficking charges in relation to this same investigation. The Putnam County Sheriffs Office says all five were busted in a one month sting involving an undercover Sheriffs Officer, and the sale or possession of more than $3,900 worth of pain pills.
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PostSubject: Haleigh Cummings Update - More On The Donna Brock Connection   Thu Jan 28, 2010 9:28 pm

Haleigh Cummings Update – More On The Donna Brock Connection

Posted on January 28th, 2010
by Simon Barrett in Op-ed

Tim Miller has been fighting tooth and nail to prevent the Caylee Anthony defense from obtaining any of Texas Equusearch’s records. That battle is still raging. It seems likely that nothing will be resolved anytime soon. I have my own theories about Jose Baez, Andrea (I have never lost a capital case) Lyons, and the rest of the defense dwarfs involved. I’d love to know how come we don’t hear any of the babbling from Lawrence Kobelinsky anymore. Of course it would be easy to tag Koby (Nancy Grace’s name for him) as just another ‘Hired Gun’.
Tim Miller is no newcomer to the world of the media. His intentions may well be upstanding, in fact to say anything detrimental about Tim Miller opens up a huge quagmire of trouble.
Within the press we have a private joke, if you are going to do (interview) Tim Miller, it is best to schedule it early in the morning.
Donna Brock most likely started off as just another keen volunteer for the organization. She viewed it as a way to ‘make a difference’. Hey, doesn’t everyone want to do that?
Donna Brock made it to be noticed by the upper levels of Tim Miller’s organization. She was selected as the Texas Equusearch tool to unravel the mystery of where Haleigh Cummings is.
Tim Miller has always said that his organization prides itself on being careful and vetting perspective volunteers. In fact it was this argument that was put up in the Caylee Anthony case when the defense tried to obtain personal data about the Texas Equusearch volunteers involved in the search for Caylee Anthony. For the record I have absolutely no respect for Jose Baez or his dwarfs and dwarffetes. Based on the Donna Brock arrest Tim Miller’s organization has now moved into a less stable area than they were in.
Rumors concerning Tim Miller have been swirling around for some considerable time. The Donna Brock involvement can do nothing but make people look closer at his organization.
I am certain that Tim Miller has nothing but the best of intentions. However, I would say that he is on some thin ice right now.
Donna Brock might not be the key to solving the Haleigh Cummings case, but she could certainly be the lady that brings more attention on Tim Miller than he could wish in his worst nightmare.
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PostSubject: Haleigh Cummings Update: Jailed Father of Missing Satsuma Girl Transferred to Putnam Co.   Fri Jan 29, 2010 7:53 pm

Haleigh Cummings Update: Jailed Father of Missing Satsuma Girl Transferred to Putnam Co.

Posted on January 29th, 2010 by Simon Barrett in crime

This just in from TJ Hart. If I was a gambling man I would say that Putnam County are upping the ante again. Obviously another layer of pressure is being applied. Will Tommy be the weakest link? Simon

News Talk 97.3 The Sky has learned that Ronald Cummings, the father of missing 6-year-old Satsuma girl Haleigh Cummings, has been transferred to the Putnam County jail after being jailed in Flagler County on drug trafficking charges with his ex-wife and 3 others.

Lt. Johnny Greenwood told The Sky, “Investigators assigned to the narcotics investigation have determined that it is no longer necessary to keep Ronald Cummings segregated in this case, and the decision was made to return him to Putnam County. Each of Ronald Cummings charges for trafficking in prescription medications took place in Putnam County, and the proper correctional facility for him to be housed, pending his trial, is in Putnam County.”

Cummings was arrested on charges of trafficking in controlled prescription medications along with former wife, Misty Croslin, Hope Sykes, Donna Brock and Misty’s brother Tommy Croslin who has just been charged with three more crime not related this case.

Tommy Croslin faces new charges:

Burglary/Dwelling- Armed- Armed-Becomes Armed With Dangerous Weapon
Grand Theft -A Firearm
Grand Theft -A Firearm Less Than $300


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PostSubject: Jail Log showing Ronald Cummings   Fri Jan 29, 2010 8:53 pm

Jail Log for the Past 7 Days
This data is for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon for any type of legal action.

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PostSubject: Haleigh Cummings And Others - BNN Radio Sun/Jan/31   Sat Jan 30, 2010 11:03 am

Haleigh Cummings And Others – BNN Radio Sun/Jan/31

Posted on January 30th, 2010
by Simon Barrett in crime

We will be running our regular radio program on Sunday Jan 31 at 3pm central. The major focus will be the events in both the Haleigh Cummings and Caylee Anthony cases.
It has been a busy week in both cases. The Putnam County ‘Adams Family’ continues to take advantage of the ‘all expenses paid’ vacation that PCSO extended to them. But even behind bars they still manage to get into trouble. Tommy Croslin managed to rack up more ‘Frequent Felon’ points this week, adding to his growing list of problems is the whole deal with stealing the blind mans gun.
Part of the extended Adams Family is Donna Brock. Donna seems to be in her own world of hurt. Her involvement with Misty Croslin appears to have had some unfortunate repercussions on both her and potentially Tim Miller’s TES group. Donna Brock was the well heeled friend that Tim Miller bankrolled to the reported tune of $3000 to take Misty for a vacation to Orlando. But is Donna Brock ‘well heeled”? The authorities do not seem to think so. A court appearance has been set, I don’t do legal jargon, but here is my definition. They are trying to figure out exactly who she is, what she owns, and where she lives! OH, and icing on the cake, if what she does own came from illegal means.
I along with many others assumed that now Law Enforcement had this merry band of miscreants behind bars they would start bartering with them. Lowering their potential for long term incarceration. I was wrong, it appears that they are still increasing the pressure.
Over on the Caylee Anthony case there was also some interesting developments this week. Casey Anthony plead guilty to the check fraud charges. This was hardly a surprise, it seemed like neither the prosecution not the defense could see any mileage in a protracted court case on the subject.
Was there a winner? Yes, this scored points for the prosecution. Andrea (I have never lost a death penalty case) Lyons will not be able to argue that Casey has a clean record. A statement that she would have loved to use in the penalty phase of this case if Casey is found guilty.
Jose Baez and the rest of the defense dwarfs team continue their mission of putting the blame on anyone but Casey. It is interesting that their tactic is to prove someone else did it, rather than their client did not do it. Having exhausted the ‘Zanny the nanny’ avenue and the Grund family they are now honing in on Roy Kronk.
To listen in to the program, point your web browser at a few minutes before 3pm central on Sunday Jan/31 you will see the link on the front page.
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PostSubject: Haleigh Cummings Update - Yet More Donna Brock....   Sat Jan 30, 2010 1:56 pm

Haleigh Cummings Update – Yet More Donna Brock….

Posted on January 30th, 2010
by Simon Barrett in crime

I think it is clear that my articles concerning Donna Brock have reached some folks that do not want to have their name associated with her. I received a delightful email that included this quote:

I also do not give you permission to print any part of this. I hope you understand how many people this has hurt. I don’t feel Donna is worth that.
This came ’supposedly’ from someone in the group shot. I was asked to remove the photo from the article but told that it was OK to leave the close up of Donna Brock if I so desired.

I do not appreciate being grouped with her, nor did I give permission for my picture to be posted. If you want to post the zoom in of Donna, that’s your business…..but I believe I speak for the rest of us, that we would prefer the group picture taken out.
This person also went on to explain that the ‘Finger’ was not aimed at Tim Miller, or his organization TES, the group in the photograph were just blowing off steam, they had had a hard day, and the sentiment was aimed at someone else.
This person also went on to explain that no one in the picture agreed with Donna Brock.
Of course this begs the question of why Donna Brock is not the only one in the picture that is extending a digit? Or maybe more importantly why Donna Brock is clearly the focal point in the picture. If Donna Brock was so disliked why would this group of people assemble around her?
One aspect that still puzzles me are the dates. This picture was taken three days before the termination letter. One wonders if the picture had anything to do with it?
In no way do I wish to implicate Tim Miller, nor TES in the disappearance of Haleigh Cummings. To do so would be crass stupidity. TES has a long history of helping some people. Alas though, there are many families that do not share this view.
What is interesting is that much of the vitriol is aimed not at the organization as a whole, but squarely at Tim Miller himself. Even within the organizations that volunteer time, money, and effort to search for missing children there seems to be a Tim Miller issue. Mark Klaas for example came out with guns blazing on a Nancy Grace program over Miller’s involvement in the Haleigh Cummings case and his use of Donna Brock as ‘bait’.
Here is a question for all of you sleuths, where is Donna Brock’s hubby? How come he has not coughed up the money to spring her from jail?
I am sure that this is going to be a discussion item on our radio program tomorrow.
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PostSubject: Haleigh Cummings Update - Drugs, Drugs, And More Drugs   Sat Jan 30, 2010 6:37 pm

Haleigh Cummings Update – Drugs, Drugs, And More Drugs

Posted on January 30th, 2010
by Simon Barrett in crime

It was with a huge amount of humor that I read the latest Art Harris EXCLUSIVE , the title screams EXCLUSIVE: “Misty No Drug Dealer!” —Dad
This tabloid headline sounds great, you could put this one on the front page of the supermarket tabloids and make a killing. Obviously Misty Croslin does have some supporters, and we should not be surprised that her dad is one of them. Unfortunately dad, Hank Croslin Sr. is hardly in the position to pass judgment or comment over his daughter.
As TJ Hart reported for WSKY 97.3 Hank Croslin Sr. is himself accused of doctor shopping, (read article) and the drugs involved were Oxycodone and Hydrocodone. Hmm, that sounds a lot like the same drugs that his daughter Misty Croslin is accused of selling!
Is this an example of the family that stays together, gets high together?
Hank Croslin Sr. goes on to say in Art Harris’s article:

“If she bought some pills, she was just doing people favors,”Hank Croslin explained. “If you know Palatka, this ain’t nothing but a cesspool of drugs and pills. But Misty’s no drug dealer!”
One wonders if Art Harris is still a hired gun? I find it hard to beleive that this is the case, but the revelations that came out in the Kim Picazio bar complaint rebuttal give you pause for thought. Is he now a ‘Media Consultant’ for Misty and Hank?
Hank saying that Misty is not a dealer sounds like rubbish to me. The police reports make it very evident that they spent at least a month of watching and talking to the young woman prior to taking any action.
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PostSubject: Haleigh's Dad Does The Jail Cell Shuffle   Sat Jan 30, 2010 11:26 pm

Haleigh’s Dad Does The Jail Cell Shuffle

Saturday, January 30, 2010 9:40:41 AM

BUNNELL -- The father of missing 6-year-old Haleigh Cummings has switched jail cells.
Ronald Cummings was moved from the Flagler County Jail to the Putnam County Jail.
He and four others, including his ex-wife, Misty, were arrested earlier in January for illegally selling powerful prescription painkillers.
Cummings was being kept in the Flagler County Jail, because the suspects were ordered to be segregated.
Investigators said the drug arrests were not connected to the case of Haleigh’s disappearance. The 6-year-old has not been seen in nearly a year.
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PostSubject: Cummings moved to Putnam Jail   Sat Jan 30, 2010 11:32 pm

Cummings moved to Putnam Jail

By Kristin Chambers

Published: Saturday, January 30, 2010 1:56 AM EST
Ronald Cummings, the father of missing child Haleigh Cummings, was moved out of Flagler County to the Putnam County Jail on Friday morning.

"The investigators on the narcotics case no longer have reason to keep him segregated," Lt. Johnny Greenwood, spokesman for the Putnam County Sheriff's Office, said. "All the trafficking charges were in Putnam County, so the proper place to have him is our jail."

Cummings, 26, faces three counts of trafficking in prescription medications after a monthlong drug investigation revealed he and four others - including his former wife, Misty Croslin - were dealing in Oxycodone and Hydrocodone pills, the sheriff's office reported.

Cummings was taken to the Flagler County Jail while narcotics investigators questioned the five in relation to the drug charges, Greenwood said.

Greenwood said Cummings' bond will remain at $500,000.

Misty Croslin, 18, faces six counts of trafficking in medications, and is being held in the St. Johns County Jail on a bond of $950,000.

Other involved include her brother, Hank Croslin Jr, 23, of Satsuma, Donna Brock, 43, of Orlando and Hope Sykes, 18, of Satsuma.

All are being held in St. Johns County with the exception of Sykes and Cummings.

Officials from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement have said that the drug arrests are not related to the Haleigh case.

Haleigh was reported missing by Croslin at 3:27 a.m. the morning of Feb. 10, and no sign of the 5-year-old has been found.

Investigators have said they believe Croslin is the key to the investigation.
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PostSubject: Misty Croslin Got Robbed!!!   Sun Jan 31, 2010 1:17 pm

Misty Croslin Got Robbed!

January 28, 2010 in John H. Gohde | Tags: Casey Anthony, Misty Croslin, Ronald Cummings, Misty Cummings, Putnam County, PCSO, Orlando, Putnam County Sheriff’s Office, Satsuma, Hope Sykes

Reading the six incident reports that were released by the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) reveals some interesting information about the method of operation of the Satsuma 4 Plus 1 prescription drug gang.

In all of the drug stings, an under cover officer first had to leave Misty Croslin a message on her cell phone to call him back.
Every member of the Satsuma 4 Plus 1 prescription drug gang made the fatal decision to consummate the drug transactions inside the under cover agent’s automobile. Most of the time, they actually chose to ride along with the officer inside the very car that LE had rigged up with both audio and video recording equipment. Misty Croslin usually assumed the passive role by sitting in the front passenger seat while the power player, or the person who actually sold the drugs, always sat in the rear passenger seat.
On Tuesday, December 22, 2009 at approximately 2:30 pm the famous McDonalds restaurant incident at 2627 Reid St, Palatka, Florida went down.
After the under cover officer met up with Misty and Tommy Croslin who had arrived in their own car, Tommy went to talk to an unidentified man in a Black Chevy Truck, who presumably gave him the drugs. But Tommy, also, had the opportunity to retrieve the pills that could have been hidden in some bushes.
Tommy and Misty entered the under cover agent’s car to complete the sale of 45 oxycodone pills for $750.00 whereupon both Misty and Tommy exited the car. And, drove off in their own automobile.
Then on Tuesday, January 8th, 2010 the next score went down. The under cover agent started working Misty at 2 o’clock in the morning. Misty responded that she was riding with Donna in Brock’s car. The crime duo was coming from Virginia and would be in Brunswick, Georgia at 02:23 am. They were to meet up with the under cover agent at 4 o’clock in the morning with the pills.
Misty Croslin characteristically had loose lips. Misty told the officer that she did not like to use her own cell phone. That Donna needed the money. She also started to freak out because a lot of money and a lot of pills would be involved in this transaction. Further, she did not want to get into trouble. But asked if the nice officer could please drive her back home, afterwards?
The exchange of 155 oxycodone pills for $800.00 took place in front of the Flying J Truck Stop on 950 State Rd 206, Saint Augustine, Florida. Afterward, Donna Brock immediately exited the officer’s car with the money and took off heading south.
Misty Croslin remained in the car while the officer drove the excited little girl home to 116 Tyler St, Satsuma, Florida. Because Misty was so sweet, the officer insisted on giving Misty an extra hundred dollars for brokering the transaction with Brock. Misty told him that he would be able to buy more drugs from Donna in about three months.
Then there were three more related buys that took place in early January. On the 18th of January 2010, Misty Croslin was sufficiently trained, or shall we say dumb enough, to consummate an illegal drug transaction by herself, along with a black haired white female that PCSO has only identified as Kelly. New information indicates that she is a minor and is the sister of Kristina “NayNay” Prevatt. On the first two deals, Hope Sykes, the 18-year-old simply sat in the backseat of the under cover agent’s car and did virtually nothing but receive on the job training.
On Tuesday January 12th at approximately 10 pm Misty returns the under cover’s agent’s phone call and informs him that she had been robbed of the $100 that he had given her for brokering their last transaction. This was an unreported robbery. Apparently, Misty Croslin had wised up enough not to call 911 every time she gets robbed. Nevertheless, Misty still did not possess enough smarts to buy enough minutes for her cell phone. Seems that LE had offered to buy her minutes that night.
The officer originally requested 30 pills. But Misty and Ronald were a little short and only offered the agent 9 pills. LE was instructed to drive to 2nd Avenue, Welaka, Florida. The three clowns (Misty, Ronald, and Hope) arrived on foot with the 9 Hydrocodone pills, which were sold to LE by Ron for $65.00. The gang of three then promptly took off again on foot.
Being short on the pills, LE once again called Misty on the following day at around 4 pm. Misty returned their call and said that she had 25 pills to offer at $7.00 a piece. Ronald Cummings in the background chipped in that he did not want any more mix-ups, which apparently was in reference to the crime trio having had to take off on foot, yesterday. Perhaps, that was how Misty managed to have gotten robbed a few days ago?
LE this time was instructed to arrive at Old San Mateo road. The crime trio showed up in Ron’s white Chevy truck. Characteristically Ron then instructed LE to drive to yet another location. Apparently, as a security precaution Ronald always liked to hide the drugs in the bushes. A lot of maneuvering was always necessary before LE was able to have the pills in hand. After all, the brilliant suspects wanted to impress the under cover agent with their smarts.
This time 25 Hydrocodone pills were purchased from Misty Croslin-Cummings, Ronald Cummings, and Hope Sykes for $190.00.
One more drug transaction was made on Thursday the 14th, this time without Hope; at around 7 pm. Misty called back and told LE to arrive at the same Old San Mateo road location.
Ronald and Misty arrived in their white Chevy truck. After a whole lot of driving around in a failed attempt to confuse LE, a drug transaction of 71 Hydrocodone pills went down for $500.00. This time the crime duo had an epiphany. They charged LE an extra $30.00 payment for facilitating the deal. Misty and Ronald had finally arrived in the big time!
A few days later on January 18th, having been thoroughly trained in the ways of selling drugs on the street Misty Croslin, along with the mystery women who turned out to be Kelly Dodd, sold LE 18 Hydrocodone pills all by themselves.
The price was $140.00. Feeling embolden she charged LE an additional $40.00 payment for facilitating the deal. On the way back to Ronald Cummings the crime masterminds had LE drive Kelly back to her mother’s house on Tropic Avenue. Then it was off to meet Ron at a Kangaroo convenience store on Highway 17. Upon arriving, Ronald Cummings jumped into LE’s car to discuss a future drug deal. They had established customers willing to pay $7 a pop, plus a handling fee of $40. With visions of more money in their eyes, the prospering crime duo took off in Ron’s truck shortly thereafter
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PostSubject: Haleigh Cummings Update - Radio Wrap UP For Jan / 31   Sun Jan 31, 2010 11:22 pm

Haleigh Cummings Update – Radio Wrap Up For Jan/31

Posted on January 31st, 2010
by Simon Barrett in crime

Well I think it would be fair to say that it was another lively program. Or regular panel of Simon and Jan Barrett, Denny Griffin, TJ Hart, and Levi Page were in action.
I have to admit that TJ was on top form, the subject of missing children is not a humorous one, however every case does have its humorous aspects. There has been a bit of an inside press joke going on for some months now concerning the use of the word ‘Exclusive’ by various news organizations and reporters in this case. ran a story this morning on the subject. I have to admit that when I read it I just about fell out of my chair laughing. So to anyone that was listening in, that was where TJ was coming from.
Much of todays discussion centered around the ‘Famous Five’ that are currently cooling their heels at the tax payers expense in various law enforcement locations. I had thought that once this merry band was behind bars with huge bond ammounts assigned the tactic by Law Enforcement would be to offer reduced charges or even immunity to whoever decided to talk. Clearly that is not the case. They seem to have gone in the opposite direction.
Ronald Cummings has been moved from his vacation home in Flagler County back to Putnam County and put in the ‘general population’ of the jail. This situation is likely not ideal for his peace of mind. It does not take much investigative shoe leather to realize that directly or indirectly the Haleigh Cummings disappearance has resulted in a number of people being incarcerated on drug charges. It would be hard to believe that many people in the Purnam facility are pleased with Ronald Cummings.
Misty Croslin’s brother Tommy is also finding himself in some ever deeper water. His ante had already been upped by being placed on a ‘no bond’ hold. Well now he finds that more charges are being placed against him. The theft of a gun from a neighbor. And my all time favorite, the theft of two bottles of Dawn liquid detergent! I will bet that LE had a good chuckle over this charge.
Donna Brock also finds herself in an untenable position. She faces a somewhat unusual court appearance to determin exactly who she is, what she owns, and where she lives. This is a wonderful opportunity for a serious fishing expedition.
Misty Croslin and Hope Sykes seemed to have dodged the bullet so far. One can speculate that LE feels that with Misty on almost a $1 million bond it is unlikely that she will be getting out of jail any time soon. Hope Sykes is a dark horse, it is possible that she was merely collateral damage in the drug sweep.
You can listen to the entire program here.
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PostSubject: Putnam Drug Bust: Who Is Donna Brock?   Mon Feb 01, 2010 11:55 am

Putnam Drug Bust: Who Is Donna Brock?

Posted on February 1st, 2010
by Jan Barrett in Society and Culture, crime

This in from TJ Hart - Jan Barrett
Nearly two weeks ago, undercover officers arrested five people in Putnam County for trafficking controlled prescription medications. Most notably among the five are Ronald Cummings, the father of missing 6-year-old Satsuma girl HaLeigh Cummings, and his ex-wife Misty Croslin.
Three others arrested in the sting are Misty’s brother Tommy Croslin, Ronald’s cousin Hope Sykes and woman named Donna Brock.
Four of the five arrested in the sting are under the age of 30—-Brock is in her mid-40’s. The question is: who is she and what is her role in this escapade?
What we do know is that this is the same woman who was involved in assisting Texas EquuSeach and its director Tim Miller in befriending Misty Croslin this past summer in an effort to create an atmosphere of comfort to try to get he to tell all she knew of the night HaLeigh Cummings was taken from her home where Misty was babysitting her.
AUDIO: Tim Miller
During that time, Brock took Misty to the Orlando area for several days. One of those days was highlighted by an alleged road rage incident that found both Misty and Brock on the ground with police officers drawing their guns on them. The 911 call stated the other driver in the incident thought she saw Misty pointing a gun. No gun was ever found.
Brock was terminated as a volunteer for Texas EquuSearch in October, 2009 and was asked to return all her TES materials.
TES Letter to Brock
What WSKY and a team of net researchers have discovered about Donna Brock is that she is married to retired Navy officer Bradley Brock. She reportedly has residences in North Carolina, Florida and Georgia. Brock was employed by a dentist in the Orlando, FL area.
It’s reported that the car she drives is registered in his name.

Donna Brock FaceBook
Bradley Brock MySpace…
Brock will also be the focus of a Nebbia Hearing which will hopefully answer many more questions as to who this woman really is and what her motives might be in this case.
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PostSubject: Misty Croslin, Caught on Tape, Coming Soon!   Tue Feb 02, 2010 10:43 am

Misty Croslin, Caught on Tape, Coming Soon!

“I do NOT do drugs!” Ronald Cummings told Geraldo Rivera of FOX News.
BY Art Harris, The Bald Truth,, all rights reserved

If they believed their one hour visit last week with daughter Misty Croslin in the St. John’s County Jail would be private, Hank and Lisa Croslin are in for a shock.
Not only are detectives working the case of missing five year old Haleigh Cummings listening to every word (Misty is believed to hold the key to the case), The Bald Truth has learned, but armchair detectives will soon get to hear them after copies are turned over to the news media under the state’s open records laws, as early as tomorrow.
”I am hopeful, that without any minor or major glitches to have a distributable DVD (5-7 hours long) by the end of Tuesday or early Wednesday morning,” says Chuck Mulligan, spokesman for St. John’s County Sheriff’s Department, who is waiting for fellow investigators in nearby Putnam County to review and redact as necessary.
Misty’s family tells me her parents spent an hour with her last Friday, split into 30 minutes with her mother, Lisa, and the balance with father, Hank. Like five others arrested with her, she faces decades behind bars on drug trafficking charges if convicted, as does ex-husband, Ronald Cummings, brother, Tommy, and her confidante, Donna Brock, 44. A Cummings cousin is also being held.
Beyond the videotapes of Misty with her parents, her brother spent time with his wife, Lindsay; both videotaped; an audio of Brock’s phone conversation with her husband will also be released. She told me he’s a retired military man, living in North Carolina.
Will the family hang tight? If Misty is any indication, blood is thinner than water in Putnam County; she’s behind the latest burglary charges that lead the court to revoke her brother’s $100,000 bond.
According to the police report, Misty’s tip lead police to the Croslin home, and Tommy’s wife to search the house, where she found what their neighbor reported missing—bath towels, a game boy, Harry Potter DVDs, cleaning supplies, whiskey; a missing shotgun remains missing.
I’m also told that undercover video and audio –hours of it—showing Misty, Ronald, Tommy, and Donna allegedly setting up drug deals, then selling more than 300 pills to an undercover officer in six different transactions, from a truckstop to an auto parts store parking lot, may also be coming to a television near you. Prosecutors in the state attorney’s office are reviewing what can be released, given the fact the tapes will be used as evidence in any upcoming trials.
One thing is certain—after the tapes are released, Ronald Cummings will have a tough time denying to Geraldo Rivera, Nancy Grace, or anyone else, that he’s ever done drugs—and keep a straight face. If he’s lying about that, what else could he be lying about? That’s what detectives aim to find out from him–and his ex-wife, Misty.
Sources close to the case tell me they have indeed been seeing each other surreptitiously and regularly in recent weeks, in addition to other people, a relationship police hope to use to pry information from Croslin about what they believe she knows happened to the child she reported missing last Feb. 10, a month before she married Haleigh’s father.
Law enforcement have kept Cummings and his ex wife separated by installing him in Flagler County Jail, but Saturday, transferred him to Putnam County, closer to investigators who will be interviewing him in the drug case and the case of his missing daughter, I’m told.
Curiously, he’ll be sharing jail space with another notorious local drug dealer and alleged pimp, Jerome Williams, ex Sugar Daddy to a Ronald Cummings ex, Amber Brooks. (She once told me she began seeing Cummings when she was 15; Crystal Sheffield, Haleigh’s mother (and JR’s) told me she was 14 when Ronald seduced her her.)
Williams told me a while back that he was supporting Amber as well as Kristina (Nay Nay) Prevatt, Misty’s party pal who drove her on the revenge romance weekend (returning the day before Haleigh vanished) after Cummings pushed Misty around and kicked her out of the house. Will Putnam County Jail be like old home week, or might Cummings public bravado be put to the test?
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