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    Ron Cummings Arrested 2009.08.06 RE: Battery involving brother-in-law #3

    Keep your posts on the Topic of RC's arrest and what has been reported thus far in the Media regarding this event.

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    Wow. That last thread......drift off the facts of the police report much, folks? Ron started the physical altercation. Misty and Lisa were in the process of trying to separate the two men, Hank1 was trying to pull off Ronald (or holding him so Hank could hit him as Ronald put it....yet no charges filed for that. hmm). THEN GGMS, who heretofore had said she was in bed, got up, saw what was going on outside and THEN exited the home in order to assist in breaking up the fight and shooing the Croslin's off her property like chickens into the hen yard. Her word was shoving, but I love when people use the kinder, gentler word of "coaxing".....she was shoving them into the vehicle, per her own words, and had sent Ronald into the house.

    One could make a reasonable assumption that the physical assault had halted and the Croslin's were dealing with leaving as asked when Ronald came out and a NEW altercation began, based solely upon his actions. Hank2 was already in the vehicle, already in the process of leaving, when Ronald laid the beatdown on him WHILE IN THE CAR.

    Thank you, Forty-two, for the lesson on how a verbal assault can be deemed an assault in a court of law, but in this second altercation, when Hank2 is in the vehicle and ready to leave, he could have said a lot of things but Ronald's choice to come out of the house and beat the snot out of him was his own and since EVERY PERSON PRESENT THAT NIGHT tells the same story of Ronald charging out of the house and punching Hank2 while in the vehicle, if these charges are dropped, the stench in the process of law in Putnam County stinks more than the corral at a rodeo in mid-summer.

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    I guess we've got the answer as to whether or not Ron's former attorney will be representing him on these new charges.

    "I don't think we have any plans to get back into the fray," Kimball said.

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/...0,502551.story

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaymus at The Rock View Post
    I guess we've got the answer as to whether or not Ron's former attorney will be representing him on these new charges.

    "I don't think we have any plans to get back into the fray," Kimball said.

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/...0,502551.story
    I have a strong feeling that Kimball is probably glad he got out when he did. Then again, that's just my opinion. I also find his use of the term "fray" very very interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badme102 View Post
    I have a strong feeling that Kimball is probably glad he got out when he did. Then again, that's just my opinion. I also find his use of the term "fray" very very interesting.
    Strategic wordplay that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stilettos View Post
    Strategic wordplay that.
    Strategery is good :-p

    Also in that article, it states Ronald posted bail of $12,504. And, more ominously, makes note to indicate that one of the detectives now on the case is a homicide detective

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    Quote Originally Posted by debs View Post
    Strategery is good :-p

    Also in that article, it states Ronald posted bail of $12,504. And, more ominously, makes note to indicate that one of the detectives now on the case is a homicide detective
    I don't like the part I bolded

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    Since I have no knowledge of bond or bail issues can someone please explain why the whole amount was paid? I thought you only had to pay a portion maybe 10%? TIA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Indiana at Heart View Post
    I don't like the part I bolded
    <3 Indiana....but I have to say that I DO like that part. I have long believed that ****** was possibly the crime in question and the sooner we have a qualified investigator of those crimes involved the sooner we may see results in getting the CREEPOID who did it. That in my book is progress. We may find that is the crime they have been looking at all along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nana46 View Post
    Since I have no knowledge of bond or bail issues can someone please explain why the whole amount was paid? I thought you only had to pay a portion maybe 10%? TIA
    There are times when a Judge will demand cash bond. I do not know if this is one of them. He may have had a spot of trouble finding anyone who was willing to take a chance on him....
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    Quote Originally Posted by debs View Post
    Strategery is good :-p

    Also in that article, it states Ronald posted bail of $12,504. And, more ominously, makes note to indicate that one of the detectives now on the case is a homicide detective
    Quote Originally Posted by Indiana at Heart View Post
    I don't like the part I bolded
    Quote Originally Posted by stilettos View Post
    <3 Indiana....but I have to say that I DO like that part. I have long believed that ****** was possibly the crime in question and the sooner we have a qualified investigator of those crimes involved the sooner we may see results in getting the CREEPOID who did it. That in my book is progress. We may find that is the crime they have been looking at all along.
    Do we know or have any reason to believe that this is a recent development?

    I don't have any idea how large the staff of the PCSO is, but considering the seriousness of the crime of child abduction, and the sad statistics concerning the results I wouldn't be surprised if they have had homicide personnel involved nearly from the onset. In fact I would hope that they have been.

    Just asking. Any record of the OCSO personnel assignments to the Haleigh abduction case?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fortytwo View Post
    Do we know or have any reason to believe that this is a recent development?

    I don't have any idea how large the staff of the PCSO is, but considering the seriousness of the crime of child abduction, and the sad statistics concerning the results I wouldn't be surprised if they have had homicide personnel involved nearly from the onset. In fact I would hope that they have been.

    Just asking. Any record of the OCSO personnel assignments to the Haleigh abduction case?
    I don't know if it is a recent development; I only speak for myself when I say this is the first time I have read that a homicide detective is working on this case. Maybe it's just a small department and the LE there wear several 'hats' at work and THIS reporter just picked up on a correlation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnoid View Post
    The whole amount does have to be paid.

    If you have the money you pay it all yourself, after you appear on the charges and the trial is over you get it all back.

    If you don't have the money you can pay a bail bondsman a fee - generally 10% - and the bondsman puts up the money to get you out. When you appear on the charges and the trial is over the bail bondsman gets his funds back, but you don't get back the 10%.

    In either situation if you don't show up for trial the bail is forfeited and you won't get it back. If you paid the bail bondsman a fee and he has to lose the bail money because you skipped he will come after you for it, along with expenses of tracking you down.
    Thanks, adnoid. Very concise.

    Just would like to add that the statement in the article ...
    He later posted bail of $12,504 and left the jail.
    ... can't be taken as literal, technical truth. It may be. It may also be just the way the article happened to be phrased.

    Somebody provided sufficient surety for the court to okay Ron's release. That's really all we know for a fact unless there's been something from the court posted that I've missed.

    ETA: That 'somebody" could have been Ron, his family, a bail bondsman, or a total stranger.
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    It settles the question if RC has money though. He had enough to get his own place but has not.....hmmmmm.

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    They know the perp, it is a matter of getting the evidence/and or the timeline

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