ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- Misty Cummings, who was scheduled to go before a St. Johns County judge Monday on drug trafficking charges, entered a written not guilty plea instead.
Cummings, the last person to see missing 6-year-old Satsuma girl Haleigh Cummings before she disappeared last year, is being held on $1.35 million bond.
She faces seven counts of drug trafficking in Putnam County and one count in St. Johns County.
Cummings attorney Robert Fields submitted the written plea to the St. Johns County court and demanded a trial by jury for Cummings.
Investigators said an undercover operation led to the arrest of Cummings, her ex-husband and Haleigh's father Ronald Cummings, Misty Cummings' brother Hank Croslin Jr. and others.
The Putnam County Sheriff's Office recently released undercover videos of Misty and Ronald Cummings, which they said show the drug deals.
In jailhouse surveillance videos released over the past month, Misty Cummings says she's been grilled by investigators about Haleigh's disappearance.
"I pray for her every day, all day," Misty said to her father in one of the videoconferencing calls.
Misty Cummings has already entered a not guilty plea on her charges in Putnam County. She is scheduled for a pretrial in St. Johns County on April 6.