HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping: Virginia woman files report to Putnam County Sheriff’s Office

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on December 28, 2016, 11:32 A.M. CST

Detectives in Florida investigating the unsolved kidnapping of HaLeigh Ann-Marie Cummings received a substantial lead today.

Susan Earman, Virginia, told Write Into Action she telephoned the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office and directly provided officials with detailed information about several individuals connected to the case.

“I also told her about a licensed PI in Indiana discovering she was impersonated and a false police report filed in connection to the case,” Earman said.

In November, Write Into Action reported that Tina Church, Specialized Investigative Consultants, Mishawaka, Indiana, said she was impersonated during a police report filed to the East Grand Forks Police Department in Minnesota regarding the missing child.  

The report to the police in Minnesota was a false claim that the missing child was in an apartment in East Grand Forks.

Church telephoned Write Into Action and said the police report was made by a former HLN pundit named Levi Page and a woman from Florida. “I have a tape that confirms it was not me that made that report against you to the police. It was [REDACTED] acting as me, with Levi Page,” Church said.

“Levi Page of TN and Lisa Floyd Morash were also mentioned,” Earman said, regarding her report to the Sheriff’s Office today.

Lisa Floyd Morash was featured by the Gainesville Sun in 2010 in a story entitled “Children connected to home for unwed mothers struggle to find birth parents”.

The Sun article discussed Floyd-Morash’s involvement with “a black market baby legacy created by Col. Robert Ryan, who ran the home and sold them as infants”.

Earman originally became involved in the HaLeigh Cummings kidnapping case when a member of the Florida legal community connected to the kidnapping conned her into wiring thousands of dollars through Western Union under the false pretense it was going to search for the missing child.

Earman also contacted the FBI.

“I told [law enforcement] that anyone who believed the FBI - NCMEC over these people have been targeted for 7+ years,” Earman said.

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