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Reformatted Jail Videos: Misty and Tommy Croslin Feb 2, 4 Visits
Posted: Tuesday, 16 February 2010 12:17PM
Videos from the February 2, 2010 Misty and Tommy Croslin SJCO jail visits were released last week. WSKY is in the process of converting the files for public viewing. This could take some time, so please check back often. At the same time, we are adding more videos.
FEB 4 Visits Coming Soon
WSKY-FM: Jail Video Tommy Croslin, Hank Feb 2, 2010 JAIL VIDEO FEB2 TOMMY & HANK.wmv
WSKY-FM: Jail Video Tommy Croslin and wife PT 1 Feb 2 JAIL VIDEO FEB2 TOMMY & LINDSAY1.wmv
JAIL VIDEO FEB2 TOMMY & LINDSAY2.wmv
WSKY-FM: JAIL VIDEO FEB2 TOMMY & WIFE3.wmv
JAIL VIDEO TOMMY FEB2 MOM.wmv
JAIL VIDEO MISTY- Part 1 MOM & DAD FEB2.wmv
JAIL VIDEO MISTY- Part 2 MOM & DAD FEB2.wmv
JAILVIDEO MISTY- Part 3 MOM & DAD FEB2.wmv
Shouldn't the names of the videos be: Tommy and Lindsey, not Timmy?
Jail Video: Misty Croslin Visits Feb. 4, 2010 Complete Set
Posted: Tuesday, 16 February 2010 5:00PM
Videos from the February 4, 2010 Misty Croslin SJCO jail visits were released last week.
Tommy and Misty Croslin were arrested January 20, 2010, on drug trafficking charges along with Ronald Cummings, Hope Sykes and Donna Brock.
Misty and Lisa Croslin Pt 1
Misty and Lisa Croslin Pt 2
Misty with both parents
Misty and Hank Croslin Pt 1
Misty and Hank Croslin Pt 2
Misty and Hank Croslin Pt 3
Misty and Hank Croslin Pt 4
Rutherford: Missing persons now top priority
Story updated at 8:41 PM on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010
Three high-profile Northeast Florida cases were the catalysts Jacksonville Sheriff John Rutherford needed to overhaul protocol for handling missing-persons reports. Rutherford said Tuesday the disappearance of Haleigh Cummings in Putnam County, the abduction and slaying of Somer Thompson in Clay County and last weeks shooting death of Makia Coney in Duval County inspired his decision to speed up the officer response time in missing-persons cases.
Rutherford issued an internal memorandum Friday that detailed the changes. Missing-persons reports were previously assigned a low-response priority unless there were signs of foul play. But the revision makes all but habitual runaway missing-persons cases Priority 1 for officers.
The calls cant be delayed or handed off to another officer unless a supervisor approves the change. Rutherford said habitual runaways will be handled with a lower priority but can be upgraded immediately in case of foul play. Given all thats happened recently, Im not comfortable waiting around until we know there is some evidence of foul play, he said. I want to make sure these reports are given the priority they deserve.
St. Johns County Sheriff David Shoar said his missing-persons protocol is similar to Jacksonvilles previous system. But with the recent influx of disappearances across Northeast Florida, he said he plans on adjusting to a more proactive model as soon as possible.
Were not as busy as JSO, but Sheriff Rutherfords move has definitely inspired me to revisit our strategy for dealing with disappearances, Shoar said. The window is small in these cases, and theres no room for error.
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