Alabama escapee to remain in Warren County for several more days

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- The Alabama man who escaped from prison and was arrested late Friday night in Bowling Green will remain in south central Kentucky for at least several more days.

According to Warren County Jailer, Stephen Harmon, Corey Davis, 30, will remain in the Warren County Regional Jail while extradition hearings take place.

The Bowling Green Police Department arrested Davis after receiving a tip he was in a home on Warren Way.

Jessica Adams, 33, of Bowling Green, was also arrested and charged with wanton endangerment first-degree and hindering prosecution or apprehension first-degree. She, too, remains behind bars.

The United States Marshals, F.B.I. and A.T.F. assisted with the apprehension.

Authorities say Davis escaped from the St. Clair Correctional Facility in Springville, Alabama, by hiding inside a trailer used to haul furniture on January 23.

Davis was sentenced to life in prison in 2017 for human trafficking in Lauderdale County, Alabama.