Do you recognize these people? They are Satsuma residents Ronald Cummings, Misty Croslin, Tommy Croslin, Hope Sykes, and Orlando resident Donna Brock. PCSO busted these clowns on Wednesday for trafficking in controlled prescription medications and otherwise being just plain stupid.
The arrests were the result of a month-long undercover operation.
If convicted as charged, Ronald Cummings, Misty Cummings, and Donna Brock could receive a minimum mandatory sentence of twenty-five years in state prison. If convicted, the other individuals can receive minimum sentences ranging from three years to fifteen years in state prison. An undercover Putnam County Sheriff’s Office Detective purchased large quantities of prescription medications from this group on seven separate occasions. The estimated street value of prescription drugs seized is $3,900.00.
- Ronald Cummings – Three Counts of Trafficking in Prescription Medications (Bond – $500,000.00)
- Misty Croslin – Six Counts of trafficking in Prescription Medications (Bond – $950,000.00)
- Tommy Croslin – One Count of Trafficking in Prescription Medications (Bond – $100,000.00)
- Hope Sykes – One Count of Trafficking in Prescription Medications (Bond – $150,000)
- Donna Brock – One Count of Trafficking in Prescription Medications (Bond – $250,000.00)
Hope Sykes is the 18-year-old niece of Ronald’s grandmother, Annette Sykes. While Donna Brock was Misty’s guardian angel who was appointed by Tim Miller of Texas EquuSearch to befriend Haleigh’s babysitter in her time of need.
Despite a lot of speculation the arrests of the Satsuma 4 Plus 1 drug gang has absolutely nothing to do with finding Haleigh Cummings. Anybody who consistently engages in high-risk behavior is going to get burnt, sooner or later. Seeing the principals to Haleigh’s disappearance, or at least neglect, do serious time in jail for something is better than nothing.
The arrests once again brings home the reality that the divorce of Ronald and Misty Cummings was a total sham. There positively was never a major fight between Ron and Misty. That was a totally staged event. And, it finally sheds some light upon Donna Brock.
Now we know why Misty got along so well with Brock. We can see clearly now that the Misty / Donna road rage incident was for real. And that Donna Brock must have been criminally / drug minded all along. That, also, explains why Donna stayed out of the press and avoided all media interviews.
Being that Tim Miller of Texas EquuSearch did not stick to traditional search methods, but on a whim decided to fund a rather expensive entertainment campaign for Misty Croslin-Cummings; One can only wonder if some of Equusearch’s money that Tim Miller had so easily given to Donna Brock had gone towards purchasing illegal drugs?
Looks to me like Misty played Tim Miller like a fiddle. And, had absolutely no problems turning a middle-aged mother, Donna Brock, to the dark side of drugs. Seeing Misty Croslin before a judge looking sad, while wearing a prison jumpsuit, has been long overdue.