Casey White waives extradition hearing
In jail in Indiana Tuesday, Casey White waived his right to an extradition hearing.
“I want to go back to Alabama,” Casey White, wearing a yellow jumpsuit and orange slides, said while appearing virtually before a judge from Indiana’s Vanderburgh County jail.
When he returns to Alabama, he will immediately go before a judge for an arraignment, and then be transferred to state Department of Corrections custody instead of county custody, Singleton said Tuesday.
Casey White has been speaking freely with investigators after his capture, Wedding said Tuesday.
“He was pretty candid with the investigators last night. They had a fairly lengthy interview,” Wedding said.
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Tip led to their capture
The officer and inmate are believed to have been in Evansville since May 3, Wedding said.
Sunday night, investigators were told a 2006 Ford F-150 had been discovered at a car wash in Evansville, which is about 175 miles north of Williamson County, Tennessee, where the pair is believed to have abandoned a vehicle they drove away in after ditching Vicky White’s patrol car near the jail. Marshals traveled to Indiana to pursue the lead, the service said.