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Thursday, April 15, 2010

The latest on the new search for Haleigh Cummings

The cousin denies the allegations. The search for Haleigh Cummings continues.
Orlando Sentinel
April 15, 2010

The grandmother of Misty Croslin told The Florida Times-Union that she received a phone call from Croslin's brother in jail last weekend. He told her that a cousin, who now lives in Tennessee, took 5-year-old Haleigh Cummings in February 2009, according to Jacksonville.com. The cousin denies it.
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Cousin vs. cousin over Haleigh Cummings' disappearance
The Florida Times-Union
April 14, 2010

Last weekend, a grandmother said, she had to decide which of her grandsons to believe about what happened to Haleigh Cummings.

The first grandson, Hank “Tommy” Croslin Jr., called from jail saying his cousin entered the Satsuma trailer with a knife that night in February 2009 and left with 5-year-old Haleigh.

The other, Joseph Overstreet, says he’s sorry for what the family is going through but swears he didn’t hurt the girl.

Ultimately, Flo Hollars says, she immediately called authorities, spurring a revived search for Haleigh and a quick trip by Putnam County detectives to Nashville, Tenn., to interview Overstreet...

Near the end of their news conference, a reporter told Overstreet she spoke with his grandmother. Immediately, he clenched his fists and walked away from the cameras. His mother followed to console him. She came back a few minutes later, alone.
EXCELLENT, INFORMATIVE ARTICLE by writers Jim Schoettler, Kate Howard, Dana Treen.
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Ex-FBI Agent: I've Solved Haleigh Case

Misty Croslin Seen At Haleigh Search Site
wkmg local 6
April 14, 2010

Misty Croslin, the last person to see Haleigh Cummings before she disappeared in February 2009, was spotted Wednesday at the scene of a search for evidence in the case...

It was unknown what investigators were saying to Croslin at the dock, but from their body language, it appeared intense as they pointed to the murky water. At one point, Croslin covered her face with her hands as detectives spoke to her. She spent only a few minutes at the dock before a female detective slowly walked her back to an unmarked patrol car.
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