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Thursday, October 08, 2009

Haleigh Cummings' stepmother Misty stopped in road-rage complaint

Susan Jacobson
Sentinel Staff Writer
Orlando Sentinel
October 7, 2009

Misty Croslin Cummings, stepmother of missing Satsuma girl Haleigh Cummings, was in a car stopped on Interstate 4 today after a motorist complained that she was threatened with a gun.
Courtney Ballinger, 25, of Massachusetts, placed a 911 call about 11:15 a.m. to say she was being threatened by two women in a blue Dodge Caliber, a Seminole County sheriff's report states. The encounter ended at Lake Mary Boulevard, where the eastbound Dodge pulled off the highway.
Ballinger told a dispatcher that she thought the driver had waved a gun at her and that both women made an obscene gesture toward her. The driver also threatened to beat her up, according to the 911 call."They're waving something around and I don't know what it is, but I don't want to find out," Ballinger told a dispatcher.
A deputy arrived and handcuffed Donna Brock, 43, of Georgia, the driver of the Dodge, the report indicates. A Lake Mary police officer handcuffed Cummings, 17, the passenger, according to the report. A search of the car did not turn up a gun, and the two were released...
...a deputy wrote [the victim] appeared scared and shaken and said the confrontation began at Maitland Boulevard when the women drove up next to them--they hand gestures and yelled. "These people are like seriously scaring me big time, and I don't get scared easily," Ballinger told the dispatcher...

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