PALATKA, Fla. (AP) - The woman at home with a north Florida girl the night she went missing has been sentenced in an unrelated drug
A judge on Monday sentenced 19-year-old Misty Croslin to 25 years in prison and nearly $1.5 million in fines. She pleaded no contest last year to seven counts of dealing in prescription narcotics. Croslin was sentenced to various terms for each count, but they will all run concurrently with an earlier sentence.
Another judge in Florida had sentenced Croslin in October to 25 years in prison for one charge of drug trafficking.
Croslin was watching Haleigh Cummings the night the 5-year-old
disappeared in February 2009. The girl's body has never been found,
and no charges have been filed in her disappearance.
Information from: The Florida Times-Union,
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