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HaLeigh Cummings Case Misc Threads / Re: Joe Overstreet
« Last post by Heart on February 02, 2011, 10:00:15 PM »
Thanks to Halfpint for gathering the following videos:

In these videos it talks about LE obtaining JO's clothing video's explaining 45 minute interview with LE and JO and Sirgo part 1 of JO and Sirgo and Tina Overstreet part 2 of JO and Sirgo and Tina Overstreet
HaLeigh Cummings Case Misc Threads / Joe Overstreet[img][/img]
« Last post by Heart on February 02, 2011, 09:57:16 PM »

Joe Overstreet, left, appears at a news conference on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, in Nashville, Tenn., with his mother, Tina Overstreet, right, and attorney Shawn Sirgo, center. Joe Overstreet said Florida authorities interviewed him for 30 minutes Tuesday night regarding the disappearance of Haleigh Cummings, 5, of Satsuma, Fla. It was the third time Overstreet has been interviewed since Haleigh’s disappearance. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

      Florida Missing Girl
Joe Overstreet, right, walks away from a press conference on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, in Nashville, Tenn., after being told by a reporter that his grandmother said she thinks that he is responsible for the disappearance of Haleigh Cummings, 5, of Satsuma, Fla. The girl disappeared in Feb. 2009. At left are attorney Shawn Sirgo and Overstreet’s mother, Tina Overstreet. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

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HaLeigh Cummings Case Misc Threads / Re: Interesting Putnam County Newz
« Last post by Heart on February 01, 2011, 11:29:52 AM »
Office Rant Sours Appeals Court on Reinstatement


     (CN) - A Florida construction inspector who was the target of another employee's workplace complaints was properly fired for saying to himself about the co-worker, "If he gets me fired, I'll get my gun and blow his guts out," a Florida appeals court ruled.
     Raymond M. Williams worked for the Department of Transportation off ice in Palatka, Fla., for five years until he lost his job for violating the department's Violence-Free Workplace Policy.
     His outburst occurred soon after the office staff were discussing an upcoming meeting to discuss how one of their co-workers had been fired for personal use of his work computer.
     Patrick Feher, another project inspector, told a co-worker that he wanted to tell a supervisor that Williams had apparently used office equipment for personal reasons. He said he had found a hunter education certificate made out to Williams on the office printer.
     The co-worker asked Feher why he would report Williams.
     "I do not like that big-headed f--ker," he said.
     After Feher left a message for his supervisor, he told Williams: "You'll be getting a call later."
     Feher left, and Williams said, within earshot of other employees, "If he gets me fired, I'll get my gun and blow his guts out."
     Williams apologized for the statement, stating that he had "lost [his] cool."
     The mea culpa was not enough to keep Williams from losing his job, however. He appealed the decision to fire him, but a hearing officer upheld Williams' termination.
     Williams found no success with the justices of the state's Daytona Beach-based fifth district appeals court, which affirmed the hearing officer's decision.
     The unsigned opinion notes that the co-workers who overheard the remark may not have felt personally threatened, but Williams had still threatened someone.
TH's FingerPrintGate


DC Number:    V36472
Race:    WHITE
Sex:    FEMALE
Hair Color:    BROWN
Eye Color:    BLUE
Height:    5'02''
Weight:    140 lbs.
Birth Date:    12/09/1991
Initial Receipt Date:    10/20/2010
Current Facility:    LOWELL ANNEX
Current Custody:    PENDING
Current Release Date:    03/10/2035
    (Release Date subject to change pending gain time award, gain time forfeiture, or review. A 'TO BE SET' Release Date is to be established pending review.)


Scars, Marks, and Tattoos:
Type   Location   Description

Current Prison Sentence History:
Offense Date   Offense   Sentence Date   County   Case No.   Prison Sentence Length
01/08/2010   TRAFF HER.ETC 28G-U/30 KG   10/08/2010   ST. JOHNS   1000141   25Y 0M 0D

Note: The offense descriptions are truncated and do not necessarily reflect the crime of conviction. Please refer to the court documents or the Florida Statutes for further information or definition.
Current Community Supervision History:
Offense Date   Offense   Sentence Date   County   Case No.   Community Supervision Length
01/08/2010   TRAFF HER.ETC 28G-U/30 KG   10/08/2010   ST. JOHNS   1000141   5Y 0M 0D

Incarceration History:
Date In-Custody   Date Out-of-Custody
10/20/2010   Currently Incarcerated

Misty Croslin gets 25 years on Putnam charges

She will serve seven sentences at the same time, and concurrently with a 25-year sentence she received in St. Johns County.

911 Call where Ronald can be heard calling HaLeigh at the beginning of the tape
HaLeigh Cummings Case Misc Threads / HaLeigh Cummings School Attendance Records
« Last post by Heart on January 08, 2011, 08:32:33 PM »

HaLeigh Cummings Case Misc Threads / Re: Interesting Putnam County Newz
« Last post by Heart on January 06, 2011, 09:51:01 AM »
Disappearance case focuses on Palatka man

Published: Thursday, January 6, 2011 12:16 AM EST
Palatka Daily News

Investigators say a Palatka man is "a person of interest" in the October disappearance of a St. Augustine Shores woman.

Rebecca Ann Ware was last seen leaving her job on Oct. 29, 2010.

Her boyfriend, 40-year-old Timothy Johnson of Palatka, has been questioned by St. Johns County detectives and is considered "a person of interest" in the case, sheriff's office spokesman Kevin Kelshaw said Wednesday.

Johnson, who has served prison time for attempted murder, has not been charged in connection with the Ware case, Kelshaw said.

"Foul play is suspected because of the circumstances," Kelshaw said in a telephone interview.

Johnson and Ware were living together when Ware disappeared, Kelshaw said.

Ware, 34, was reported missing by her family after she failed to return home from work.

On Nov. 19, 2010, some three weeks after Ware vanished, St. Johns County investigators searched a wooded area near State Road 206 and County Road 305 for clues.

Their search efforts may extend into Putnam County, Kelshaw said.

"Searchers found no evidence in the search," Kelshaw said. "However, deputies will be looking in other areas in southern St. Johns County and in Putnam County in the days to come."

Kelshaw said Wednesday the investigation has made progress, but declined to be more specific.

"Detectives are aware of many details and persons who have connections to this case; however, due to the nature of this investigation, specific details have not been released," he said.

Ware's car was found in the parking lot of a shopping center near her home almost a week after she was last seen.

Kelshaw said crime-scene technicians examined the car for "any potential evidence" as well as Ware's home in the 100 block of Phoenetia Drive.

Ware was last seen leaving her job at the Hydro America aluminum extrusion plant in St. Augustine. Hydro America is offering a $5,000 reward for information about her whereabouts, Kelshaw said.

Johnson was released from prison in February 2007 after serving 15 years of a 22-year sentence for kidnapping, attempted first-degree murder and aggravated assault in Putnam County.

Johnson also was convicted of sexual battery with a weapon in 1988, according to the state Department of Corrections.

The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in finding Ware. Anyone with information is asked to call detectives Charles Brantley or George Harrigan at (904) 824-8304 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 277-8477.
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