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« Reply #100 on: July 20, 2010, 08:55:53 AM »

Cummings reaches tentative plea deal on the drug charges

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By Chad Smith
Staff writer

Published: Tuesday, July 20, 2010 at 6:30 a.m.
Last Modified: Tuesday, July 20, 2010 at 5:35 a.m.

PALATKA - Ronald Cummings - the father of Haleigh Cummings, the 5-year-old who was reported missing from his Satsuma home in February 2009 and has yet to be found - has tentatively reached a plea agreement with the state on drug-trafficking charges and will likely spend 15 years in prison.

After a court appearance here Monday, Cummings' attorney, Terry Shoemaker, said his client has been working with investigators by providing information about his co-defendants as part of the plea, which would require Cummings, 26, to plead guilty to three of the five charges, each of which could carry a 15-year sentence if the case went to trial. Shoemaker said Cummings would likely spend 15 years in prison.

The two other charges will be dropped.

Meanwhile, Cummings has continued to talk with police about his daughter's disappearance, Shoemaker said.

"Ronald's always been very forthright and talked to law enforcement every opportunity that he's had, when they've given him questions or had anything they wanted to talk to him about, and he continues to do that," he said.


When asked whether information that would help resolve his daughter's case would reduce a sentence on the drug charges for Cummings or a co-defendant, Chris Kelly, a spokesman for the State Attorney's Office that covers Putnam County, declined to comment because the Sheriff's Office is the lead agency.

Shoemaker and Assistant State Attorney Jason Lewis told Circuit Judge Terry LaRue on Monday they needed about a month to sort out the deal, and another court date was set for Aug. 20, three days after Haleigh's seventh birthday.

After undercover operations in Putnam and St. Johns counties wrapped up in January, Cummings; his cousin Hope Sykes; his ex-wife, Misty Croslin; her brother, Hank "Tommy" Croslin Jr.; and her friend Donna Brock were all arrested and accused of selling prescription drugs.

In April, Sykes pleaded no contest to a count of trafficking prescription narcotics and was sentenced to 15 years in prison, the mandatory minimum sentence.

Tommy Croslin also pleaded no contest and will be sentenced Aug. 6, and Brock will be sentenced Sept. 1.

For now, Misty Croslin, who was baby-sitting Haleigh the night she disappeared and is the last known person to see the girl alive, is set to go to trial.

Outside the courthouse, Cummings' family members told reporters that the past six months in jail have been hard on him, and the plea deal might be in his best interest.

"If it's the best thing for Ronald, that's all that we want," his grandmother, Annette Sykes said. "We don't want him in there any longer than he has to be."

Sykes said Father's Day last month was particularly difficult for Cummings - not knowing what happened to Haleigh and also not being able to see his son, Ronald Cummings Jr.

"He always wonders and worries about her," she said, adding that he spent most of the day in tears.


In April, the Putnam County Sheriff's Office ruled Haleigh's case a homicide, but Sykes emphatically said that the family doesn't believe the girl is dead.

"As far as we are concerned," she said, "Haleigh is alive."

Contact Chad Smith at 338-3104 or chad.smith@gvillesun.com.
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« Reply #101 on: July 20, 2010, 09:04:35 AM »

UCN:   542010DR000740FDXXXX
File Date:   04/28/2010
Disposition Date:    
File Type:    DISSOLUTION
Judge:    A W NICHOLS III
Case File Location:   CIRCUIT JUDGE DIVISION 54

Plaintiffs   CROSLIN LINDSY KATE
Defendants   CROSLIN HANK


Date   Docket Description
04/28/2010   001.CIVIL COVER SHEET
04/28/2010   002.PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
04/30/2010   003.SUMMONS ISSUED TO: HANK CROSLIN
04/30/2010   004.FILING FEE RECEIPT
05/10/2010   005.RTN OF SVC ON HANK CROSLIN SVD 05/03/10 DUE 05/23/10
05/10/2010   DEFAULT AVAIL 05/28/10
05/10/2010   006.RESPONSE TO SUMMONS : HANK CROSLIN
06/02/2010   007.NOTICE OF CASE MGMT CONFERENCE 06/29/10 AT 01:30
06/29/2010   008.FAMILY COURT MINUTES
06/29/2010   009.CASE MGMT ORDER : HEARING 07/20/10 AT 11:00
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« Reply #102 on: July 20, 2010, 09:18:27 AM »

Good morning Heart and thank you for all the updates.   
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« Reply #103 on: July 20, 2010, 09:43:31 AM »

“Ronald doesn’t want to believe Misty had anything to do with harming Haleigh or helping those who did,” Terry Shoemaker tells me, “but if she’s been holding back, and it looks like she has, that it’s because she was threatened or coerced.”

He tells me his client has told cops everything he knows about his ex, even playing along in kicking her to the curb and keeping her isolated to pressure her, try to “make her crack.” As a result of what he’s done so far in the Haleigh case, he’s found a small window of opportunity.

By offering to preserve the 15 year trafficking sentences, and hinting he’d drop two counts with 25 year mandatory maximums, “they gave us a 10 year widow of opportunity,” Shoemaker tells The Bald Truth. “They offered us 10 years less than what we could have gotten. That was nice of them.”

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« Reply #104 on: July 20, 2010, 09:44:53 AM »

Good morning Heart and thank you for all the updates.   

Good Morning Muffy, hope all is well with you and yours!
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« Reply #105 on: July 20, 2010, 10:43:04 AM »

i think ron is hoping misty will talk, thinking she hasnt by now she prob wont
maybe she talks in her sleep,and her cell mate will hear, nah i dont think misty 
has a conscious, she prob sleeps fine


http://jacksonville.com/news/crime/2010-07-19/story/haleigh-cummings-father-reaches-tentative-plea-drug-cases

Cummings’ drug case plea might mean testifying against Misty
He has made an offer to plea in three of five drug charges.
Posted: July 19, 2010 - 9:56am

By Dana Treen
PALATKA — A plea in the prescription drug-trafficking case of Ronald Cummings, who gained national attention with the story of his daughter's disappearance more than a year ago, would be squarely aimed at co-defendant Misty Croslin, her attorney said following a court hearing for Cummings Monday.

Robert Fields said Cummings’ offer to make a plea in three of five drug charges in exchange for dropping the other two meant he will likely testify against Croslin, who also was arrested in the undercover drug bust. Croslin, 18, was watching Haleigh Cummings when the 5-year-old disappeared.

“Ronald’s obviously cutting a deal to testify against her,” Fields said.

In a seven-minute court appearance Monday, Cummings’ attorney and prosecutor Jason Lewis asked Circuit Judge Terry LaRue for a month to work out details.

Cummings’ attorney, Terry Shoemaker, who was not available after Monday’s hearing, did not say whether testifying in Croslin’s case would be part of the deal. Cummings, 26, is scheduled to return to court Aug. 20.

Photos: Ronald Cummings' Pre-Trial Plea Set
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« Reply #106 on: July 20, 2010, 10:52:06 AM »

I never ever thought Ron would go to trial before MC or TC!  I'm sure everyone want those two to go down and or reveal the truth before Ron gets his day in court.  I think they will sentence those 2 heavy heavy and Ron will once again come out smelling like a rose and piss them off so bad they may end up talking and it won't help them one little bit after they've been sentenced!  At least that is what I'm dreaming for! lol
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« Reply #107 on: July 20, 2010, 02:50:21 PM »

I agree and I am sure the investigators are telling them that too.
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« Reply #108 on: July 20, 2010, 03:42:54 PM »

Thank-you for all the updates, have never missed a day going into this thread, use to post here very often. Just can barely do so anymore, all this makes me so angry and ill.    Haleigh   an angelic monkey
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« Reply #109 on: July 20, 2010, 03:51:40 PM »

http://writeintoaction.com/Teresa%20Neves%20and%20LE.html

It’s just not adding up

Teresa Neves’s strange relationship with Florida law enforcement

by Timothy Charles Holmseth

July 19, 2010

When Misty Croslin and Ronald Cummings made the 3:27 a.m. emergency 911 call the night HaLeigh Cummings was reported missing, deputies arrived on the scene at 3:40 a.m.

Teresa Neves, Ronald Cummings’ mother, arrived at the same time as the deputies.

The police report clearly states that Neves told the officer she was telephoned by her son after he learned HaLeigh was missing. The report also says Ronald Cummings told Misty Croslin to call 911 immediately after he was told his daughter was missing.

That means Ronald Cummings had to call Teresa Neves between 3:27 a.m. and 3:40 a.m. (law enforcement already has all the family cell phone records so they already know if that call took place).

The 911 call stayed active until the deputy arrived.

During the 911 call Ronald Cummings speaks intermittently to the operator. At other times he is heard ranting and raving in the background. Late into the call he announces he cannot find his phone.

When exactly did he call Neves?

There are serious problems with Neves’ explanation for how fast she arrived (almost immediately) at the so-called crime-scene that night.

Neves has stated she was at home sleeping when she was notified. This meant she had to get out of bed, get dressed, find a photograph of HaLeigh for the missing person report, and drive the 10-plus miles to the location. She explained her miraculous appearance by saying she drove 90 mph.

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office told the media that the biggest hindrance to the HaLeigh Cummings investigation is Misty Croslin’s sketchy timeline.

Neves’ timeline is equally as sketchy, if not worse, and has received absolutely no attention from the PCSO or FDLE in any of their media releases.

Neves’ timeline has become the pink elephant in the corner that law enforcement tries to pretend is not there.

Write Into Action has concerns about the relationship between Neves and certain members of Florida law enforcement.

The dynamics of the relationship between Neves and members of the PCSO and FDLE are not normal by any ethical standards amidst an investigation into the disappearance of a five year-old.

The following concerns are derived from investigative work product Write Into Action can produce at any time.

CONCERN: Teresa Neves claims to have reported to law enforcement that someone broke into her house and stole a box of HaLeigh’s clothes. She claims that she reported it to Special Agent Jason Jolicuer, FDLE, and he never investigated it.

CONCERN: Teresa Neves claims to have reported that someone got on her computer and stole photos. She claimed further that photos that belonged to Marie Griffis were placed onto the computer. Again, Neves claims that SA Jolicuer did not even investigate this after it was reported to him. 

CONCERN: Ranking members of the PCSO warned Neves during a private meeting to be quiet about things. They said, “Shut your f***ing mouth.” She was threatened with arrest. Why is law enforcement warning a missing child’s grandmother to shut up? What is she supposed to shut up about?

CONCERN: Investigators warned Teresa Neves that her phone was tapped and they were reading all of her text messages. PCSO officials told Neves they knew who she was talking to and provided her actual names of people she was not supposed to communicate with. One of those people is Timothy Charles Holmseth, owner/publisher, Write Into Action. Why are law enforcement personnel warning Neves that they are watching her? Why not simply watch and listen as in accordance with the law and possibly gather valuable information from the clandestine tactic. Why do they warn her about their vast surveillance abilities (and tell her to shut up)? It is an oxy-moron in logic.

CONCERN: PCSO Major Gary Bowling raised his voice so loud while on the phone with Teresa Neves it was considered shouting. He was very angry at her. Why would Major Bowling be angry at Teresa Neves?

CONCERN: Every time Teresa Neves met with law enforcement she was told to not talk about it.

CONCERN: SA Jolicuer (according to Neves) told Teresa Nevss he believes the PCSO is very dirty and he does not trust them.

CONCERN: SA Jolicuer is aware that Neves had established a network of people who were sending her cash (she would claim she needed money for her phone bills etc.) and the funds were used by Neves to support a prescription drug habit. Jolicuer directly advised Neves’ contacts they should stop sending her money. Jolicuer said the FDLE had the names of all the people Neves was receiving money from. If the FDLE and PSCO are aware that Neves is engaging in illegal activities involving prescription drugs – why don’t they arrest her?

ME: ugggg, I hope the bolded part is not true, I sent her money for her phone bill..I was never contacted by anyone about it though.

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http://writeintoaction.com/Teresa%20Neves%20and%20LE.html

It’s just not adding up

Teresa Neves’s strange relationship with Florida law enforcement

by Timothy Charles Holmseth

July 19, 2010

When Misty Croslin and Ronald Cummings made the 3:27 a.m. emergency 911 call the night HaLeigh Cummings was reported missing, deputies arrived on the scene at 3:40 a.m.

Teresa Neves, Ronald Cummings’ mother, arrived at the same time as the deputies.

The police report clearly states that Neves told the officer she was telephoned by her son after he learned HaLeigh was missing. The report also says Ronald Cummings told Misty Croslin to call 911 immediately after he was told his daughter was missing.

That means Ronald Cummings had to call Teresa Neves between 3:27 a.m. and 3:40 a.m. (law enforcement already has all the family cell phone records so they already know if that call took place).

The 911 call stayed active until the deputy arrived.

During the 911 call Ronald Cummings speaks intermittently to the operator. At other times he is heard ranting and raving in the background. Late into the call he announces he cannot find his phone.

When exactly did he call Neves?

There are serious problems with Neves’ explanation for how fast she arrived (almost immediately) at the so-called crime-scene that night.

Neves has stated she was at home sleeping when she was notified. This meant she had to get out of bed, get dressed, find a photograph of HaLeigh for the missing person report, and drive the 10-plus miles to the location. She explained her miraculous appearance by saying she drove 90 mph.

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office told the media that the biggest hindrance to the HaLeigh Cummings investigation is Misty Croslin’s sketchy timeline.

Neves’ timeline is equally as sketchy, if not worse, and has received absolutely no attention from the PCSO or FDLE in any of their media releases.

Neves’ timeline has become the pink elephant in the corner that law enforcement tries to pretend is not there.

Write Into Action has concerns about the relationship between Neves and certain members of Florida law enforcement.

The dynamics of the relationship between Neves and members of the PCSO and FDLE are not normal by any ethical standards amidst an investigation into the disappearance of a five year-old.

The following concerns are derived from investigative work product Write Into Action can produce at any time.

CONCERN: Teresa Neves claims to have reported to law enforcement that someone broke into her house and stole a box of HaLeigh’s clothes. She claims that she reported it to Special Agent Jason Jolicuer, FDLE, and he never investigated it.

CONCERN: Teresa Neves claims to have reported that someone got on her computer and stole photos. She claimed further that photos that belonged to Marie Griffis were placed onto the computer. Again, Neves claims that SA Jolicuer did not even investigate this after it was reported to him. 

CONCERN: Ranking members of the PCSO warned Neves during a private meeting to be quiet about things. They said, “Shut your f***ing mouth.” She was threatened with arrest. Why is law enforcement warning a missing child’s grandmother to shut up? What is she supposed to shut up about?

CONCERN: Investigators warned Teresa Neves that her phone was tapped and they were reading all of her text messages. PCSO officials told Neves they knew who she was talking to and provided her actual names of people she was not supposed to communicate with. One of those people is Timothy Charles Holmseth, owner/publisher, Write Into Action. Why are law enforcement personnel warning Neves that they are watching her? Why not simply watch and listen as in accordance with the law and possibly gather valuable information from the clandestine tactic. Why do they warn her about their vast surveillance abilities (and tell her to shut up)? It is an oxy-moron in logic.

CONCERN: PCSO Major Gary Bowling raised his voice so loud while on the phone with Teresa Neves it was considered shouting. He was very angry at her. Why would Major Bowling be angry at Teresa Neves?

CONCERN: Every time Teresa Neves met with law enforcement she was told to not talk about it.

CONCERN: SA Jolicuer (according to Neves) told Teresa Nevss he believes the PCSO is very dirty and he does not trust them.

CONCERN: SA Jolicuer is aware that Neves had established a network of people who were sending her cash (she would claim she needed money for her phone bills etc.) and the funds were used by Neves to support a prescription drug habit. Jolicuer directly advised Neves’ contacts they should stop sending her money. Jolicuer said the FDLE had the names of all the people Neves was receiving money from. If the FDLE and PSCO are aware that Neves is engaging in illegal activities involving prescription drugs – why don’t they arrest her?

ME: ugggg, I hope the bolded part is not true, I sent her money for her phone bill..I was never contacted by anyone about it though.

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« Reply #111 on: July 20, 2010, 05:50:51 PM »

Exclusive: Misty Croslin’s Bad Memory

The drug trafficking charges against Cummings, Misty and Tommy Croslin appear to be such slam dunks–all caught by hidden police undercover camera –that Tommy has plead no contest and awaits sentencing Aug. 6, Ronald has agreed to plead to three of five charges with sentencing delayed until after Misty’s trial, and his ex-wife plans to plead no contest to her drug charges Aug. 22 when the so called ringleader appears in Putnam County Circuit court, attorney Robert Fields tells me in an exlusive interview.

“She’s hardly Ma Barker, or the Bonnie in Bonnie and Clyde,” he scoffs, dismissing the notion of Misty as ringleader of a major drug gang laughable. “She’s told all she knows and I believe her, whether they do or not.”

more...
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« Reply #112 on: July 20, 2010, 06:11:34 PM »

Ronald Cummings' Lawyers Work On Plea Deal

Cummings Jailed On Drug Trafficking Charges

Amanda Ober, Staff Writer
POSTED: 3:09 pm EDT July 20, 2010
UPDATED: 4:33 pm EDT July 20, 2010

PALATKA, Fla --
Lawyers moved closer on Tuesday to negotiating a plea deal for the father of missing 5-year-old Haleigh Cummings.

Ronald Cummings remains in jail on five drug trafficking charges. The deal would have Cummings plead guilty to three lesser charges. The two more serious charges would be dropped.

Even with the plea deal, Cummings would face 15 years in jail.

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« Reply #113 on: July 20, 2010, 06:39:22 PM »

According to private investigator Steve Brown, former FBI agent who now works for Tommy Croslin’s attorney, James Werter, his client has no recollection of Joe actually dumping the body, just carrying it from the van towards the dock.

Yeah, right, uh-huh! 

In an exclusive interview, Brown tells The Bald Truth that Tommy claims he was high on Xanex, floating in and out of awareness that night, only later recalling the boat ramp he showed investigators as the place Joe drove him in the van he’d borrowed from brother Timmy Croslin and his wife, Chelsea. So police searched, only divers never did find a body.

http://www.artharris.com/2010/07/20/exclusive-misty-croslins-bad-memory/#more-4444
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« Reply #114 on: July 20, 2010, 07:01:52 PM »

However it went down, Brown tells me Tommy claims Joe called to say he was picking him up to go to the trailer, with guns and theft on his mind, specifically a vintage World War II machine gun, fully automatic. Ronald had showed it it off about a week earlier over beers Chez Cummings. If he let them touch it, as I’m told, might their prints still be on it if it’s ever found? Might such a piece of evidence be used to shore up Tommy and Misty’s dashed credibility to back up their story, maybe lead to the arrest of a Tennessee cousin?

“I don’t know about any machine gun like that,” Terry Shoemaker tells me. If he did have a fully automatic weapon, and admitted it, that raises possible federal gun charges and the specter of ATF agents joining the swarm. Others insist Cummings had it.
http://www.artharris.com/2010/07/20/exclusive-misty-croslins-bad-memory/#more-4444

Phone records, have the phone records been examine for the call from Joe to Tommy?

Was there a gun like the gun describe above?  If so, where is it?  If so, why does Shoemaker
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« Reply #115 on: July 20, 2010, 07:11:31 PM »

As for Ronald, the Croslins tell me he seemed content just to get his gun back, but Joe felt humiliated, and vowed to get even. Only no one thinks anything of it until a week later when Tommy claims Joe calls him: he’s on his way to pick him up in the blue van he’d loaned brother Timmy and Chelsea. Ronald is at work; the coast is clear. Showtime.

As for the last night Haleigh was seen alive, when Joe pulls up to pick up Tommy, Lindsay is asleep with the kids; Tommy is high on pills. He climbs into the van and heads to the trailer, probably about midnight. That’s the yarn Steve Brown tells me he’s been able to piece together from talks with Croslin.

What happens next is sketchy.
http://www.artharris.com/2010/07/20/exclusive-misty-croslins-bad-memory/#more-4444

I guess Lindsy was too tired and out of it that she did not hear the phone ring and Tommy was so high and out of it that he did hear the phone ring.

                 
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« Reply #116 on: July 20, 2010, 08:03:06 PM »

 MADJGNLAW  MADJGNLAW says:


Video from inside the courtroom at Ronald's Hearing 7/19/10 http://www.firstcoastnews.com/video/...l/167703838001

TN says she's supposed to call "John" (Detective John Merchant) this week and that she spoke with him this morning, she also said the best thing for Ronald right now would be for Haleigh to be found. When the reporter asked her do you think your close to finding out something, TN said she hopes so, she will be talking to Merchant this week..
http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showpost.php?p=5427358&postcount=1

Whisperer  says:

I noticed John Merchant and the Cummings clan were seated on the same side and near each other...

I don't like this one bit. It bothers me and always has that this family seems to be cozy with Merchant. They call him by his first name and he is the one appearing to relay ALL the information available to them.
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« Reply #117 on: July 20, 2010, 08:12:19 PM »

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« Reply #118 on: July 20, 2010, 08:46:38 PM »

NANCY GRACE Transcript Aired May 14, 2010

 Tommy Croslin Says Cousin Joe Did It

As the search for Haleigh`s entire body and for the murder weapon, goes on, bombshell tonight. He cracks! Stepmother Misty Croslin`s cousin finally confesses    5-year-old Haleigh killed there in the trailer, in the home, the little girl allegedly murdered by cousin Overstreet as Misty Croslin stands by and lets it happen, or worse.

And tonight, is Haleigh`s father, Ronald Cummings, set to plead guilty? This as a stunning call from behind jailhouse walls emerges pointing the finger directly at Haleigh`s killer.

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« Reply #119 on: July 21, 2010, 12:45:19 AM »

I dont post alot here anymore but I do read here EVERY day and every day when I get here I hope and pray for news on HaLeigh, I dont think any of them should be allowed to get shorter sentencing, or any type of plea bargin, nothing, Ronald , whether he knows what happened or not, does not deserve to get a plea bargin, he sold drugs just like Tommy and Misty did, he is no better then they are and he also is the one that allowed all this crap to go on around his kids every day, HE was the father and as these childrens Father he was suppose to protect them and put them first before himself or anyone else, but sadly he was all about himself and what he wanted to do, just like he is now...God Please get the justice for HaLeigh that she deserves, let her where a bouts be known so that her Loved ones can get the closure they needs and this precious child either come home or be layed to rest in the fashion she deserves....
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