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Haleigh Discussed in Jailhouse Phone Conversations

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ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- From inside the St. Johns County Jail, Tommy Croslin - Misty Croslin's brother - talked about the missing person case of Haleigh Cummings.

Seven phone calls between Tommy Croslin and his brother Timmy have been released.

In them, Tommy tells his brother, "I want to get out of here so bad. I'd do anything to get out of here. I wouldn't sell my soul, but I'd do anything else."

Tommy Croslin was arrested with his sister and former brother-in-law, Ronald Cummings, on drug trafficking charges in January.

In one phone call, Tommy Croslin explained he suspected the buyer was an undercover agent.

"Misty brought this dude over to the house, alright, and wanted me to get us some roxies. So I [expletive] went and got him some roxies. I called someone I knew and went and got him some pills," Croslin said. 

In the past year, investigators have questioned Tommy Croslin about Haleigh Cummings who disappeared from her Satsuma home nearly a year ago.

It appears that questioning continues.

Tommy Croslin told his brother over the phone, "The police said, 'You're facing three years in prison unless you help us find Haleigh.' I said, 'I can't help you find nobody. I don't know where she is.'"

Tommy Croslin also faces burglary charges.

Timmy Croslin: You think this, any of this [expletive] would've happened to you if this [expletive] wasn't going on in our life about Haleigh?

Tommy Croslin: No. Hell no. How long did I do stuff before and nothing happened?

Timmy Croslin: I know. That's what I'm saying. I think they're just out to get us.

For now Tommy Croslin remains in jail in protective custody.

Last week, bounty hunter Leonard Padilla offered to pay Misty's bail if she would reveal any information about Haleigh's disappearance. Today, the family gathered for the one-year anniversary of the girl's disappearance. The family said the hurt is still the same and their feelings haven't changed.

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