Missing Person Florida Joleen Cummings
July 11, 2018 The FBI is searching for the remains of Joleen Cummings after a video shows a co-worker, Kimberly Kessler, putting a white trash bag into a dumpster. Kessler has been charged with Cummings disappearance, according to WJXT.
May 23, 2018 – 50-year-old Jennifer Sybert, was arrested Tuesday morning and is considered a suspect in Cummings’ disappearance. Sybert, whose real name is Kimberly Kessler, is charged with car theft and is being held on $500,000 bond. She was the last person to see Joleen.
Joleen Cummings, 34, is missing from Yulee, Florida. She was last seen on May 12, 2018 leaving her job at Tangles Hair Salon on State Road 200. She was due to pick up her children on Mother’s Day, but she did not show up. Her car was found on May 15 at the Home Depot parking lot.
Authorities have stated that five days before her disappearance that deputies showed at her home for a domestic dispute between her and her ex-boyfriend, Jason Gee. Since then, Gee was arrested on unrelated charges.
Anne, Joleen’s mother posted, “Call the Tips lines for any information. Call 911 ONLY for an emergency. Please share this post!!!!!!!!
I want and need my daughter returned home safely and you can help. Her three childern are axious to be reunited with their mother. Joleen Jensen Cummings who turned 34 yoa on Sunday, May 13th was last seen on Saturday, May 12th around 5pm when she left her job at Tangles Hair Salon located in Yulee, next to Dick Wings. Her vehicle was left in the parking lot of Tangles, unknown when it was moved. I want you to know… Your tips are paying off so…. Please keep the tips coming!! If you know anything about the disappearance of my daughter, please call crimestoppers, you can remain anonymous call Crime Stoppers at: 1-866-845-TIPS (8477).”
Anyone with information on this case is asked to dial 911. Those wishing to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at (866) 845-TIPS.
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