After beginning a hunger strike on June 2, Butler County native Kimberly Kessler, the prime suspect in the disappearance of Florida mother Joleen Cummings, is now eating again, according to the Nassau County sheriff.
According to Sheriff Bill Leeper, Kessler was moved to Duval County Jail due to the hunger strike. She will be moved back to Nassau County now that she started eating again.
- Sheriff: Suspect in Florida woman's disappearance used 18 aliases over past 22 years
- Hair salon clients say there was tension between missing Fla. woman, suspect
- Local woman's family waited 8 years to report her missing
- Jennifer Sybert: 5 things we know about suspect in woman's disappearance
Kessler was booked under the name "Jennifer Sybert," the name she used while working as a hairstylist in Nassau County.
Kessler stopped eating after she discovered investigators knew how many identities she had, authorities said.
Cummings was reported missing on May 14 after she was supposed to meet her ex-husband, Jason Cummings, at a Winn-Dixie to pick up her three kids, but never showed up.
© 2018 Cox Media Group.