St Johns River searched again for missing toddler

By Calvin Palmer

The search for missing Florida toddler Haleigh Cummings, who disappeared from her father’s mobile home more than a year ago, resumed again today.

Putnam County Sheriff’s Office is searching the St Johns River.

Since Haleigh disappeared in February 2009 from her home in Satsuma, about 60 miles south of Jacksonville, investigators have checked out thousands of leads and searched the rural area with dogs. They have previously searched other parts of the St Johns River.

Haleigh was reported missing by her father’s live-in girlfriend, Misty Croslin. She called 911 and told investigators that the child was missing when she awoke and found the back door propped open with a brick.

Croslin, 18, and Haleigh’s father, Ronald Cummings, 26, are in jail awaiting trial on a charge of trafficking in prescription pain-killers.

The pair married a few weeks after Haleigh’s disappearance and were divorced last fall. They were arrested in January in a drugs sting.

[Based on reports by the Associated Press and]

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3 responses to “St Johns River searched again for missing toddler

  1. michellefrommadison

    The news showed Misty Croslin at the river, but wait a minute because Nancy Grace of CNN said adamantly that Misty would never be out of jail in over a hundred years. Wow, at least Nancy is consistent at being wrong. No wonder she was thrown out of Atlanta years ago and cannot practice Law anymore anywhere within any of the 50 states of the United States. (There are small miracles).

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