JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - More chilling details have surfaced about what may have happened to Haleigh Cummings in February 2009.
An attorney says his client saw Haleigh taken from her Satsuma home in a bag.
Attorney James Werter said Thursday that Hank Croslin Jr. and his cousin, Joe Overstreet, drove the girl to a Putnam County boat ramp, where she was dumped into the St. Johns River.
Croslin and Overstreet went to the Satsuma mobile home where Haleigh was being watched by Croslin's sister Misty, according to Wester.
He wouldn't say what Croslin was doing inside the home, but said Croslin described the girl as limp and quiet as the men drove to the dock.
"He took the body down to the dock and then he came back without the body, so there you have it," Werter told Jacksonville station WJXT. "At the dock that night, Joe Overstreet put Haleigh in the river."
The revelation matches statements made by Misty Croslin's attorney earlier this week.
Attorney Robert Fields said Tuesday that 18-year-old Misty told investigators Haleigh was attacked after her cousin arrived at the home looking for a gun belonging to Haleigh's father, Ronald Cummings.
"Haleigh was a substitute" for the missing gun, Fields said.
Croslin said she hid beneath a sheet with Cummings' 3-year-old son during the attack, according to Fields.
Neither Hank Croslin nor Overstreet have been charged in the case.
Overstreet's attorney has said he had nothing to do with Haleigh's disappearance.
Haleigh remains missing. Investigators said some time ago that they believe she is dead.
Sources: The Associated Press, wjxt.com
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