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« Reply #440 on: December 21, 2010, 09:50:54 AM »

Gregory Lewis Page (White Boy Greg) was sentenced on Friday.

UCN:  542010CF001125XXAXMX
File Date:  05/18/2010
Judge:  TERRY J LARUE
Case Status:  CASE CLOSED
Defense Atty:  CULBERT, BRUCE P
Case File Location: CRIMINAL DIVISION

Defendant: PAGE, GREGORY LEWIS JR

Alias: No Alias Records

Date # Docket Description
05/18/2010 1 ARREST REPORT - PPD OFF/EGAN (ARREST 5/14/10)

05/18/2010 1 BOOKING NUMBER: 10-2072

05/18/2010 1 POSSESSION OF CANNABIS IN EXCESS OF 20 GRAMS

05/18/2010 1 TRAFFICKING OF HYDROCODONE

05/18/2010 1 POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE WITH

05/18/2010 1 POSSESSION OF HYDROCODON WITH INTENT TO SELL

05/18/2010 2 DEFENDANT PRESENT FOR FIRST APPEARANCE HRG 5/15/10

05/18/2010 2 ADJ INS P D APPOINTED AT FIRST APPEARANCE HEARING

05/18/2010 2 SUFFICIENT PROBABLE CAUSE FOUND

05/18/2010 2 $1004.00 SECURED BOND SET CT. I

05/18/2010 2 NO BOND AS TO CT. II

05/18/2010 2 $2504.00 SECURED BOND SET CT. III

05/18/2010 3 AFFIDAVIT FOR CRIMINAL INDIGENT STATUS

05/18/2010 4 ORDER APPOINTING PUBLIC DEFENDER AT FIRST APP HEARING

05/27/2010 5 NOTICE OF APPEARANCE FILED BY: BRUCE CULBERT

05/27/2010 6 MOTION FOR STATEMENT OF PARTICULARS

05/27/2010 7 NOTICE OF DISCOVERY

05/27/2010 8 MOTION FOR REDUCTION OF BOND

06/02/2010 9 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (07-01-2010) IN JAIL

06/02/2010 10 NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (07-01-2010)

06/02/2010 11 NOTICE OF HEARING SET ON 06/18/2010 AT 02:00 PM

06/04/2010 12 INFORMATION (TRAFFICKING IN ROXICODONE - 28G TO

06/04/2010 12 30 KG)

06/04/2010 13 ANNOUNCEMENT OF NO INFORMATION TO CTS I & III ONLY

06/18/2010 14 MOTION HEARING MINUTES: DEFENSE MOTION FOR REDUCTION

06/18/2010 14 OF BOND CONTINUED UNTIL FURTHER ORDER OF COURT

07/01/2010 15 PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY BRUCE CULBERT

07/01/2010 15 ON MOTION OF DEFENSE COUNSEL, COURT ORDERED CASE

07/01/2010 15 CONTINUED TO 08/05/2010

07/07/2010 16 NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (08/05/2010)

07/07/2010 17 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (08/05/2010) IN JAIL

08/05/2010 18 PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY BRUCE CULBERT

08/05/2010 18 ON MOTION OF DEFENSE COUNSEL, COURT ORDERED CASE

08/05/2010 18 CONTINUED TO 10/07/2010

08/11/2010 19 NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (10/07/2010)

08/11/2010 20 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (10/07/2010) IN JAIL

10/07/2010 21 PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY BRUCE CULBERT

10/07/2010 21 ON MOTION OF DEFENSE COUNSEL, COURT ORDERED CASE

10/07/2010 21 CONTINUED TO 11/08/2010

10/12/2010 22 NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (11/08/2010)

11/08/2010 23 PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY BRUCE CULBERT

11/08/2010 23 STATE AND DEFENSE ANNOUNCED READY FOR TRIAL

11/08/2010 23 CASE SET FOR JURY TRIAL 1/3/11

11/08/2010 24 ORDER SETTING TRIAL DATE (01-03-11)

11/08/2010 24 AND LAST CHANCE PLEA DAY (12-17-10)

11/12/2010 25 NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (01-03-2011)

11/12/2010 26 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (01-03-2011)

12/17/2010 27 TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRESENT, ATT BY BRUCE CULBERT

12/17/2010 27 W/D FORMER PLEA, PLED GUILTY TO THE LESSER OFFENSE OF

12/17/2010 27 TRAFFICKING IN ROXICODONE (4 G - 14 G)

12/17/2010 27 ADVISED OF MAX PENALTY 30 YRS DOC &/OR $10000 FINE

12/17/2010 27 PLEA ACCEPTED, PSI WAIVED, SENTENCING -

12/17/2010 27 DEFENDANT ADJUDGED GUILTY

12/17/2010 27 10 YEARS DOC WITH CREDIT GIVEN

12/17/2010 27 3 YEARS DOC - MINIMUM MANDATORY


12/17/2010 27 $395 COURT COSTS

12/17/2010 27 $100 COST OF PROSECUTION

12/17/2010 27 $15 TO THE ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE TRUST FUND

12/17/2010 27 ALL COSTS ENTERED AS A CIVIL LIEN

12/17/2010 27 COURT RECOMMENDS DRUG TREATMENT PROGRAM IN DOC

12/17/2010 28 FINGERPRINTS OF DEFENDANT

12/17/2010 29 SCORESHEET FILED 
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« Reply #441 on: December 21, 2010, 10:07:12 AM »

Thanks Heart.   
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« Reply #442 on: December 21, 2010, 10:17:56 AM »

Thanks Heart.   

You are welcome trimm!   
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« Reply #443 on: December 22, 2010, 02:33:47 PM »

palatkadailynews.com

Top 10 stories of 2010: Arc worker robbed at gunpoint

By Larry Sullivan
Published: Wednesday, December 22, 2010 1:05 AM EST

The calm of a July morning in Palatka was shattered when a man barged into a residential facility for the mentally disabled and robbed a woman at gunpoint.

A short time later, local and state police were sweeping across the city for suspects.

Four months later, arrests locally and in South Florida targeted the 23rd Street Gang, whose members were linked by police to a variety of crimes, including drug dealing. One of those arrested was a suspect in the ARC robbery.

The robbery and its aftermath were voted the No. 9 news story of 2010 by the Palatka Daily News.

On July 28, police pursued a car carrying Alton Clark, suspect in the ARC robbery. The vehicle wrecked on Oak Hill Drive and the man got away.

Authorities stopped a white Oldsmobile believed to be carrying a Clark on 19th Street near the corner of Eagle Street at mid-morning.

"He had gotten in another car and they spotted him over on 19th Street," Assistant Police Chief James Griffith said.

Palatka police, Putnam County sheriff's deputies and Florida Highway Patrol officers surrounded the car and blocked traffic on 19th Street.

Neighbors crowded the sidewalks as the car's passengers, three black men, were handcuffed and the vehicle was searched. After being questioned by officers, two of the men were released and drove away in the Oldsmobile. The third was taken to the police station for questioning.

Later that day, heavily armed Palatka police surrounded an apartment on Oleander Drive after receiving reports that Clark might be inside.

Right before noon, officers in plain clothing, wearing bulletproof vests and carrying rifles, knocked on the front door while other officers circled behind the duplex. Police waited outside for about an hour before leaving the area.

The day's events began when a black man, wearing a black and red ski mask, red T-shirt, oversized black jeans, white tennis shoes and black cloth gloves, entered the ARC facility. The gunman pushed one of the ARC workers to the ground and demanded money, Griffith said.

The robbery took place at a 12-bedroom apartment complex the ARC operates on Husson Avenue.

The victim was in the common area of the apartment building, which contains an office, recreation room and kitchen, when the man entered through a door that was unlocked, said Jim Whittaker, executive director of the ARC of Putnam County.

"The door was open and when she turned he was there," he said.

No one else was in the building, Whittaker said.

"All the individuals were actually in training programs during the day elsewhere," he said. "There wasn't anyone home, as far as the people we serve."

According to Whittaker, this is the first any employee has been robbed during the 35 years the ARC has been in operation in Putnam County.

"We put a lot of emphasis on safety and we've gone to extraordinary measures trying to make all of our homes safe," he said. "This is one of those situations where it could happen to anyone."

Clark, 22, Devon Edwards 24, and Saquan Moore, 28, were arrested on charges of criminal racketeering and numerous counts of felony drug trafficking, Police Chief Gary Getchell said.

The arrests came after a two-year investigation that involved officers from the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Tri-County Task Force that consists of members from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), the Putnam County Sheriff's Office, Palatka Police Department, St. Johns County Sheriff's Office, Flagler County Sheriff's Office, St. Augustine Beach Police Department, the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives and the Immigration Customs Enforcement.

Getchell said removing the gang's leadership would help reduce other crimes, especially those associated with drug trafficking.

"By interrupting this operation, we could see a decrease in thefts and property crimes and less violence," he said.

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« Reply #444 on: December 22, 2010, 02:46:51 PM »

10-county drug bust reaches Flagler

By JULIE MURPHY, Staff writer
  December 22, 2010 12:05 AM

Flagler, St. Johns and Putnam arrests

Thirty-three people were arrested in the tri-county area of Flagler, St. Johns and Putnam as part of a joint initiative to combat trafficking in prescription drugs. Hometowns were not provided. They are:

Joseph Bourke, 23, sale of oxycodone

Erin Bracken, 26, trafficking oxycodone

Stephen Bulkley, 30, sale of oxycodone

Alton Clark, 22, racketeering, conspiracy to commit RICO, trafficking oxycodone and sale of oxycodone

Michael Cundall, 28, trafficking oxycodone

Tiziana Delessandro, 38, sale of roxicodone

Levi Denegal III, 31, trafficking roxicodone

Devon Edwards, 24, racketeering, conspiracy to commit RICO, trafficking oxycodone, sale of oxycodone and sale of MDMA

Raymond Fey, 53, sale of oxycodone

Jose Fonseca Jr., 43, trafficking oxycodone

Andrew Forkner, 25, sale of oxycodone

Christopher Francois, 25, sale of oxycodone

Bryan Girardi, 29, sale of oxycodone

Sandra Golden, 26, trafficking oxycodone

Jeanette Gonzalez, 49, trafficking roxicodone

Brandon Henderson, 27, sale of oxycodone

Diante Holmes, 29, trafficking oxycodone, sale of oxycodone

Dennis Kraemer, 44, trafficking oxycodone

Sherri Le, 25, trafficking oxycodone

James Ling, 68, trafficking oxycodone

Robert Ling, 40, trafficking oxycodone

Val Magno, 30, sale of Xanax

Justin McCalligan, 26, sale of oxycodone

Cedric McKay, 32, sale of counterfeit controlled substance, misbranded drugs

Marco McKinnon, 32, possession of hydrocodone, possession of cocaine

Saquan Moore, 28, racketeering, conspiracy to commit RICO, trafficking oxycodone and sale of oxycodone

Denise Rauchbach, 32, principle to sale of oxycodone

Jamal Robinson, 30, trafficking roxicodone

Theria Shenton, 28, trafficking oxycodone

Sondra Sweatt, 51, trafficking roxicodone

Kamran Valch-Koufski, 48, trafficking roxicodone

Chancey Watson, 27, sale of counterfeit controlled substance, misbranded drugs

Casey Whiteside, 21, possession of roxicodone

BUNNELL -- Local, state and federal law enforcement agencies -- desperate to get a handle on the illicit prescription drug trade -- arrested 135 people in a 10-county area and seized 17,000 pills and more than $3.6 million, authorities announced Tuesday.

While only a handful of those arrested are from Flagler County, Flagler Sheriff Don Fleming called the operation a "success." He was quick to add, though, that the announced arrests barely make a dent when considering the overall problem of prescription drug abuse.

Thirty-three people were arrested throughout Flagler, St. Johns and Putnam counties and 1,361 pills with a street value of $26,895 were seized, according to information released during a news conference Tuesday afternoon.

While the 14-week initiative, dubbed "Operation Growing Pains," primarily targeted pain clinics known as "pill mills," only street-level dealers were arrested in Flagler County, Fleming said. He said his son was not among those arrested or charged in connection with the operation announced Tuesday.

William Fleming, 34, accused of possessing five Xanax pills, widely used to treat anxiety, was charged Dec. 8 in Flagler County with possessing a controlled substance without a prescription.

Flagler County's top cop isn't the only local, high-ranking police officer with a family member who has been accused of prescription drug abuse, which Fleming called a "deadly virus." Putnam County Sheriff Jeff Hardy's 26-year-old son, Joshua Troy Imm, was arrested in May on charges he sold drugs to an undercover officer.

Hardy said he watched his son's life "spiral out of control" and told narcotics units to "arrest him and take him out."

"This drug knows no boundaries," Hardy said Tuesday, talking about oxycodone. "If you haven't been impacted by this drug, you will be."

Delores Esposito and her husband still own a house in Palm Coast but moved back to Pennsylvania after their 25-year-old daughter died of a prescription drug overdose nearly a year ago. She called The News-Journal shortly after William Fleming was arrested because, she said, prescription drug abuse affects good families and that part of the story needs to be told.

"It was too painful to stay here," she said. "Dana had MS (multiple sclerosis), and we thought she'd feel better down there because of the warmth. She wasn't a prescription drug abuser, but she got associated with someone who is."

Dana Esposito was one of 1,268 people who died statewide during the first six months of this year, according to an interim report from the Florida Medical Examiners. She was one of 65 reported deaths related to prescription pills by Florida's District 23 Medical Examiners Office, which covers the tri-county area of Flagler, St. Johns and Putnam counties.

Esposito's daughter told her mother that a friend would drive to Broward County to buy pills and bring them back to Palm Coast.

"Where do we go? What do we do?" the grieving mother asked. "Our kids are dying and our lives are shattered."

Fleming and Hardy share her pain.

"It's an epidemic," Fleming said at Tuesday's news conference. "It's in every household. Anyone who has children will have to watch them."

Esposito described her daughter as naive and doesn't know when she might have started taking drugs, other than those prescribed to help control her MS. She sobbed and said her daughter -- "a girl with a $1 million smile" -- paid the price for trying to see the good in a drug-addicted man.

"For every pain clinic that closes, 10 more open," Esposito said. "These doctors get a slap on the wrist and open somewhere else."

Esposito said she kept her daughter's story "secret" to "preserve her memory," but ultimately decided she needed to "do something."

"These kids are either walking dead or buried," she said. "(Dana) overdosed on oxy (oxycodone) and Xanax. I have to live with what it says on her death certificate. She's just another statistic for 2010."

The North Florida High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area includes city, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies from 10 counties: Alachua, Baker, Clay, Columbia, Duval, Flagler, Marion, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns. Authorities said abuse of prescription drugs escalated to become the region's top drug threat in 2010.

The first phase of the operation announced Tuesday focused on identifying, disrupting and dismantling prescription drug trafficking organizations and criminal enterprises responsible for the diversion and the illegal procurement and dispensing of pharmaceutical drugs.

A second phase of the operation is being developed to continue to attack this growing problem, authorities said.

http://www.news-journalonline.com/news/local/flagler/2010/12/22/10-county-drug-bust-reaches-flagler.html
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« Reply #445 on: December 23, 2010, 10:45:53 AM »

MERRY CHRISTMAS

Many thanks to everyone at SM for providing this forum.

Shell said it best, but I feel the same...I don't contribute many links or information, but HaLeigh and all the missing have my heart, and I so appreciate this forum.

Hoping everyone is warm and enjoying the Holidays.
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« Reply #446 on: December 23, 2010, 12:02:29 PM »

MERRY CHRISTMAS

Many thanks to everyone at SM for providing this forum.

Shell said it best, but I feel the same...I don't contribute many links or information, but HaLeigh and all the missing have my heart, and I so appreciate this forum.

Hoping everyone is warm and enjoying the Holidays.


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« Reply #447 on: December 24, 2010, 10:30:28 PM »

Dear HaLeigh

My Christmas prayer this year is to have you found and justice served. RIP Sweet Angel.
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« Reply #448 on: December 25, 2010, 02:10:06 AM »

Merry Christmas, Haleigh Marie!

I will continue to prayer for you, Sweet Child!  an angelic monkey

Merry Christmas//Happy Holiday SM Family!

God Bless!  an angelic monkey

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« Reply #449 on: December 31, 2010, 08:42:44 AM »

http://www.palatkadailynews.com/articles/2010/12/31/news/news01.txt
Top 10 stories of 2010: Haleigh mystery continued
By Larry Sullivan
Published: Friday, December 31, 2010 12:22 AM EST

The disappearance of Haleigh Cummings in 2009, which drew the national spotlight to Putnam County, continued to create shockwaves in 2010.

Jeff Hardy, Putnam County's sheriff, in April labeled the case a homicide after investigators concluded the 5-year-old girl was likely dead.

"We are going to follow it until the end," Hardy said.

The case of Haleigh Cummings was selected as the No. 2 news story of 2010 by the staff of the Daily News.

There were several notable developments.

Several local people with ties to the case, including Haleigh's father Ronald Cummings, faced lengthy prison terms for trafficking in prescription drugs after an undercover investigation resulted in their arrests in January.

Videos of the drug deals were shown on television newscasts and Internet sites.

As the drug cases worked their way through the court system, defense attorneys caused a stir when they implicated a Tennessee man in Haleigh's death questioned three times by authorities but not charged in connection.

In April, local and state investigators conducted a three-day search around a boat ramp between Satsuma and Welaka. A bone was recovered by divers and reviewed by forensic specialists at the University of Florida, who later said it was too old and was from an adult.

Vigils marking the first anniversary of Haleigh's disappearance as well as her birthday were held, attracting relatives, supporters and television cameras.

Meanwhile, family members expressed hope that the little girl who vanished some 22 months ago was still alive.

Haleigh's great-grandmother, Annette Sykes, summed it up.
"They can say that it's a homicide all they want to, but they're going to have to prove it to us," Sykes said. "They've got to show me a body or something that definitely proves she is dead or otherwise she'll be alive."

Hardy had been in office about one month when the little girl was reported missing Feb. 10, 2009, and the case had stayed a priority for the agency. He stressed the homicide designation would not weaken the resolve of investigators to solve it.

Holding a photo of Haleigh, Hardy said, "We are trying to bring someone to justice for this little girl right here."

Key figures in the case captured the attention of law enforcement in a new way during 2010 thanks to a narcotics investigation. An undercover officer purchased prescription pain pills from Ronald Cummings and Misty Croslin, a teenager who was babysitting Haleigh the night she vanished then was married to Ronald for seven months.

Three others also were charged in the investigation, which took place in Putnam and St. Johns counties.

Croslin will be the last to be sentenced. Already facing a 25-year-term in St. Johns County, she is scheduled to be sentenced on the Putnam charges on Jan. 10 in Palatka.

Croslin was originally scheduled to be sentenced in Putnam County on Oct. 19.

Misty's brother, Hank Croslin Jr. and Haleigh Cummings' father, Ronald Cummings, were among those arrested. All four co-defendants in the trafficking case received 15-year prison terms.

Others charged and sentenced were Hope Sykes, a cousin of Ronald Cummings, and Donna Brock, a volunteer helping search for Haleigh who became a friend of Misty Croslin.

In August, authorities said Hank Croslin Jr. remained a suspect in the Haleigh case.
Defense attorneys recently said he and his cousin, Joe Overstreet of Tennessee, went to the Cummings home in Satsuma looking for a gun. Not finding it, Overstreet abducted Haleigh and dumped her body in the St. Johns River, the attorneys said.

Overstreet has not been named as a suspect in the case and has not been charged. He was jailed this year on drug charges in Tennessee.

lsullivan@palatkadailynews.com
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« Reply #450 on: January 01, 2011, 12:45:39 AM »

Happy New Year~I pray 2011 is the yr you are found sweet HaLeigh, God bless you and your family
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« Reply #451 on: January 02, 2011, 01:05:38 PM »

http://seamusoriley.blogspot.com/2011/01/peter-hyatt-show-january-2-2010_02.html
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The Peter Hyatt Show, January 2, 2010

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http://www.blogtalkradio.com/peter-hyatt/2011/01/02/the-peter-hyatt-show

On Today's Show, 6PM EST, we will be taking a look back on the Haleigh Cummings case, in particular, some of the topics suggested from the early statements made by Misty Croslin, herself, as well as from Haleigh's father, Ronald Cummings.

Joining me today will be journalist, Simon Barret, author and cold case laborer, Denny Griffin, and private investigator, William "Cobra" Staub, who had personal interaction with those involved in Haleigh's life.
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« Reply #452 on: January 03, 2011, 09:38:06 PM »

MISTY JANETTE CROSLIN CUMMINGS vs.  STATE OF FLORIDA

Lower Tribunal Case(s): 10-141-CFMA

Date Docketed
   
Description
   
Date Due
   
Filed By
   
Notes
11/10/2010    Notice of Appeal Filed         Withdrawn Appellant   
11/10/2010    LT CRT ORD O/INDG & APP O/CNSL             
11/17/2010    Court Reporter Ack. Letter              AMENDED
12/07/2010    Received Records              1VOL
12/29/2010    Motion To File Supplemental Record         Appellant   
01/03/2011    Order Granting Motion to Supplement the Record  Date Due: 02/02/2011         

http://199.242.69.70/pls/ds/ds_docket
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« Reply #453 on: January 03, 2011, 09:47:38 PM »


Florida Supreme Court Docket
Case Docket
Case Number:  SC10-1989  - Active
MISTY JANETTE CROSLIN, ETC.  vs.  WALTER A. MCNEIL, ETC.

Lower Tribunal Case(s): 2009-10138CF, 2009-10139CF, 2009-10140CF, 2009-10141CF, 2009-10142CF, 2009-10251CF, 2009-10252CF, 2010-00141CF


10/07/2010    PETITION-HABEAS CORPUS    Jack White BY: Jack White    
 
10/12/2010    PETITION-AMENDMENT/SUPPLEMENT    Jack White BY: Jack White    FILED AS "LETTER DATED 10/06/2010" WITH PETITION-HABEAS CORPUS ATTACHED

10/15/2010    NOTICE-DISMISS (VOLUNTARY)    Jack White BY: Jack White    (10/15/2010: WITHDRAWN)

10/15/2010    NOTICE-WITHDRAWAL    Jack White BY: Jack White    OF "NOTICE OF VOLUNTARY DISMISSAL" - FILED AS "LETTER DATED 10/14/2010"

10/18/2010    LETTER    Jack White BY: Jack White    DATED 10/15/2010 ADDRESSED TO JUSTICE R. FRED LEWIS WITH PETITION-HABEAS CORPUS ATTACHED

10/18/2010    PETITION-AMENDMENT/SUPPLEMENT    Jack White BY: Jack White    FILED AS "ADDENDUM AND CORRECTIONS TO PETITION FOR WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS"

10/20/2010    No Fee Required    
    
12/10/2010    ORDER-SHOW CAUSE (JOHNSON/LOGAN)         A petition for writ of habeas corpus was filed with this Court on October 7, 2010, by Jack White on behalf of petitioner. Jack White is hereby directed to show cause on or before December 28, 2010, why the petition for writ of habeas corpus should not be dismissed as unauthorized. See Logan v. State, 846 So. 2d 472, 479 (Fla. 2003) (announcing that "we will not entertain pro se extraordinary writ petitions from criminal defendants seeking affirmative relief in the context of pending trial court criminal cases, where it is clear from the face of the petitions that the petitioners are represented by counsel in the pending criminal proceedings and the petitioners do not clearly indicate that they are seeking to discharge counsel in those proceedings"); Johnson v. State, 974 So. 2d 363, 363-64 (Fla. 2008) (clarifying that "the rule we announced in Logan . . . applies to pro se filings in this Court by litigants represented by counsel in criminal proceedings pending in a district court of appeal"). Respondent may serve a reply on or before January 7, 2011. No pro se motions or other requests for relief will be ruled upon pending resolution of this show cause order.

12/28/2010    RESPONSE    Jack White BY: Jack White    FILED AS "ANSWER TO SHOW CAUSE ORDER" (12/30/10: COPY RECEVIED)
http://jweb.flcourts.org/pls/docket/ds_docket

MISTY JANETTE CROSLIN CUMMINGS vs.  STATE OF FLORIDA

Lower Tribunal Case(s): 10-141-CFMA

Date Docketed
   
Description
   
Date Due
   
Filed By
   
Notes
11/10/2010    Notice of Appeal Filed         Withdrawn Appellant   
11/10/2010    LT CRT ORD O/INDG & APP O/CNSL             
11/17/2010    Court Reporter Ack. Letter              AMENDED
12/07/2010    Received Records              1VOL
12/29/2010    Motion To File Supplemental Record         Appellant   
01/03/2011    Order Granting Motion to Supplement the Record  Date Due: 02/02/2011         

http://199.242.69.70/pls/ds/ds_docket
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« Reply #454 on: January 06, 2011, 11:00:24 PM »


Many thanks to all who are updating this thread.  Your faithfulness is much appreciated! 

Justice for HaLeigh! 



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« Reply #455 on: January 07, 2011, 01:56:27 PM »


I found a blog that's very interesting reading, IMO.  The author of this blog is Shari, a forensic astrologer (I think), and has been commenting on the Horman case.  But sometimes she makes comments about other cases, in particular HaLeigh's, and that's what I've included below.  It's another theory that actually, some of us have often wondered about and discussed in these threads.  I'm glad to know someone else is thinking along the same lines.  (I've included the links at the end, in case someone wants to read more of what she's written on other things). 

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Maybe if the "powers that be" out there in the human swamp that is Satsuma Florida would have looked closer at that wild "sex and drug" fueled weekend before Haleigh Cummings came up missing; specifically Misty Croslin's activities and the people she spent time with (known pimps / drug dealers / drug addled prostitutes) instead of going along the topical Casey Anthony trek they may have or still might solve the mystery behind the disappearance of the child, Haleigh Cummings.

Truthiness and justice is hard, harder I suppose when local law enforcement is secretly on the take and accepting bribes to look the other way. We know it happens ... local law enforcement becomes cynical ... watching the revolving door of justice year after year ... watching the wicked walk out of jail faster than it takes to complete the paperwork.

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em, isn't that what they say?

I'm sure Satsuma's finest never expected a "this-for-that" kidnapping of a child from her sleeping bed or the bright hot spotlight of the national media. National media presents quite the local dilemma ergo the trial by media and end result, justice on the cheap.

And sure, while we might find some comfort in blaming immigrant gangs and or minorities for every perversion and ill in our society the truth is, drug gangs and prostitution rings exists, thrive and operate in plain sight of a higher authority, everyday.

So let us not be so naive!

No doubt a very naive 17-year old Misty Croslin got herself in deep that weekend before the disappearance and found herself in way over her head. She made a BIG mistake doing all them free designer drugs ... cutting out on her "groomers" ... returning home to Ronald Cummings.

Ronald Cummings being far more street smart understood the implications immediately which explains the 90-something phone calls he made to the house while at work and his sending Tommy Croslin to the house. It also explains the language in his 911-call to police ... "How you get my daughter stolen, bitch!" ... "If I find these people before ya'll do, I'm gonna kill 'em."

I'm sure BIG daddy pimp wasn't too happy, isn't that right, Nay Nay? The part time bio-mom Crystal Sheffield although she is fast to accept any and every theory including that cousin Joe Overstreet killed her baby she also knows the people her cousin Amber Brooks and her friend, Kristine "Nay Nay" Prevatt are connected with. She knows the details of that weekend before her daughter disappeared. She knows about the ongoing bitch fight.

Me, I know or feel strongly that what happened in Satsuma (to Haleigh) had something to do with a pimp daddy against a pimp daddy thing, surely. "You got "my girl" now I got yours" This for that. Things quickly got out of hand. Worse - things quickly went national.

Young girls naively mistrusting an attractive hot-guy with free drugs and /or a wide rubberband bankroll who then quickly turns out to be her future pimp...

My friends, it happens everyday and more than you think. So let us stop pretending to be naive.

.............snipped

https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=4926815985869698242&postID=9185208754236850204

if that link doesn't work right, the above post is in the comments section of her article dated Monday, October 25, 2010 - "Piercing the Horman Veil (Part 3)"
http://astargazersnotebook.blogspot.com/2010_10_01_archive.html

and if all else fails, here's the main link to her blog.   
http://astargazersnotebook.blogspot.com/


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« Reply #456 on: January 07, 2011, 08:19:14 PM »


I found a blog that's very interesting reading, IMO.  The author of this blog is Shari, a forensic astrologer (I think), and has been commenting on the Horman case.  But sometimes she makes comments about other cases, in particular HaLeigh's, and that's what I've included below.  It's another theory that actually, some of us have often wondered about and discussed in these threads.  I'm glad to know someone else is thinking along the same lines.  (I've included the links at the end, in case someone wants to read more of what she's written on other things). 

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SHARI said...

Maybe if the "powers that be" out there in the human swamp that is Satsuma Florida would have looked closer at that wild "sex and drug" fueled weekend before Haleigh Cummings came up missing; specifically Misty Croslin's activities and the people she spent time with (known pimps / drug dealers / drug addled prostitutes) instead of going along the topical Casey Anthony trek they may have or still might solve the mystery behind the disappearance of the child, Haleigh Cummings.

Truthiness and justice is hard, harder I suppose when local law enforcement is secretly on the take and accepting bribes to look the other way. We know it happens ... local law enforcement becomes cynical ... watching the revolving door of justice year after year ... watching the wicked walk out of jail faster than it takes to complete the paperwork.

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em, isn't that what they say?

I'm sure Satsuma's finest never expected a "this-for-that" kidnapping of a child from her sleeping bed or the bright hot spotlight of the national media. National media presents quite the local dilemma ergo the trial by media and end result, justice on the cheap.

And sure, while we might find some comfort in blaming immigrant gangs and or minorities for every perversion and ill in our society the truth is, drug gangs and prostitution rings exists, thrive and operate in plain sight of a higher authority, everyday.

So let us not be so naive!

No doubt a very naive 17-year old Misty Croslin got herself in deep that weekend before the disappearance and found herself in way over her head. She made a BIG mistake doing all them free designer drugs ... cutting out on her "groomers" ... returning home to Ronald Cummings.

Ronald Cummings being far more street smart understood the implications immediately which explains the 90-something phone calls he made to the house while at work and his sending Tommy Croslin to the house. It also explains the language in his 911-call to police ... "How you get my daughter stolen, bitch!" ... "If I find these people before ya'll do, I'm gonna kill 'em."

I'm sure BIG daddy pimp wasn't too happy, isn't that right, Nay Nay? The part time bio-mom Crystal Sheffield although she is fast to accept any and every theory including that cousin Joe Overstreet killed her baby she also knows the people her cousin Amber Brooks and her friend, Kristine "Nay Nay" Prevatt are connected with. She knows the details of that weekend before her daughter disappeared. She knows about the ongoing bitch fight.

Me, I know or feel strongly that what happened in Satsuma (to Haleigh) had something to do with a pimp daddy against a pimp daddy thing, surely. "You got "my girl" now I got yours" This for that. Things quickly got out of hand. Worse - things quickly went national.

Young girls naively mistrusting an attractive hot-guy with free drugs and /or a wide rubberband bankroll who then quickly turns out to be her future pimp...

My friends, it happens everyday and more than you think. So let us stop pretending to be naive.

.............snipped

https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=4926815985869698242&postID=9185208754236850204

if that link doesn't work right, the above post is in the comments section of her article dated Monday, October 25, 2010 - "Piercing the Horman Veil (Part 3)"
http://astargazersnotebook.blogspot.com/2010_10_01_archive.html

and if all else fails, here's the main link to her blog.   
http://astargazersnotebook.blogspot.com/




Very interesting Wyks,  thanks for sharing the link. Nice to see some thinking 'out of the box' again...instead of the same ole same ole.

I really don't have a theory...i did, changed it, changed again, and now IJDK. But I sure hope this new year brings us the truth. On to read more from your link.

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« Reply #457 on: January 07, 2011, 09:26:45 PM »

Misty's Putnam County, Fl sentencing date is scheduled for this coming Monday 1/10/11

10/19/2010   52   ORDER GRANTING CONTINUANCE OF SENTENCING HEARING
10/22/2010   53   NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (01-10-2011)
10/22/2010   54   NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (01-10-2011)
10/22/2010   55   NOTICE TO STATE ATTORNEY (01-10-2011)

However Misty is currently still showing at:  LOWELL ANNEX

*1    CROSLIN, MISTY J    V36472   WHITE   FEMALE   03/08/2035   LOWELL ANNEX   12/09/1991

http://www.dc.state.fl.us/ActiveInmates/List.asp?DataAction=Filter
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« Reply #458 on: January 07, 2011, 09:50:59 PM »


Very interesting Wyks,  thanks for sharing the link. Nice to see some thinking 'out of the box' again...instead of the same ole same ole.

I really don't have a theory...i did, changed it, changed again, and now IJDK. But I sure hope this new year brings us the truth. On to read more from your link.



You're welcome, NCSunny!  I agree, it's nice to see that kind of thinking.  As for theories, gosh, I'm the same way.  Had one, then another, and another.  Now it just feels all jumbled up and confusing.  Sitting back, waiting.... But it's sad to think this case may never ever be solved.  Poor HaLeigh, she deserves so much more. 
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« Reply #459 on: January 07, 2011, 09:52:52 PM »

Misty's Putnam County, Fl sentencing date is scheduled for this coming Monday 1/10/11

10/19/2010   52   ORDER GRANTING CONTINUANCE OF SENTENCING HEARING
10/22/2010   53   NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (01-10-2011)
10/22/2010   54   NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (01-10-2011)
10/22/2010   55   NOTICE TO STATE ATTORNEY (01-10-2011)

However Misty is currently still showing at:  LOWELL ANNEX

*1    CROSLIN, MISTY J    V36472   WHITE   FEMALE   03/08/2035   LOWELL ANNEX   12/09/1991

http://www.dc.state.fl.us/ActiveInmates/List.asp?DataAction=Filter

Thanks Heart!  Guess they'll be bringing her in over the weekend, or drive her in very early on Monday? 
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