HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (5/23/14) — A Central City man out on bond after being charged in the death of a Madisonville man, has once again been jailed.
According to a Hopkins County Sheriff's Office report, Craig R. Davenport, 29, was charged with intimidating a participant in the legal process at 1 p.m. Thursday, May 22 in Greenville.
The report said Greenville Police Officer Terry Dukes served Davenport a warrant on Brank Street in Greenville after Davenport attempted to intimidate a witness. Davenport allegedly went to a residence Saturday, May 17 to exchange a child for visitation. As he began to leave, he allegedly demanded a witness change a statement made to authorities in the Rodney Brent “Bo” Hale manslaughter case in Madisonville.
Hale's remains were discovered in July 2013 after he had been missing since November 2010.
Davenport was charged with second-degree manslaughter the day after a Hopkins County Grand Jury returned an indictment Nov. 12. He was arrested Nov. 13 at his Reservoir Avenue, Central City home. Prior to Thursday's arrest, he had been out on bond on the manslaughter case.After being taken to the Muhlenberg Detention Center Thursday in Greenville, Davenport was transferred Friday, May 23 to the Hopkins County Detention Center.
Information provided by Hopkins County Det. Otis Chamberlain
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