Outgoing AL State Lawmaker Indicted in Federal Bribery InvestigationMatt Boster
Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Jul 26 2018 4:24 PM
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -Outgoing Alabama state Rep. Randy Davis, R-Daphne, has been indicted on two counts connected to a federal statehouse bribery investigation.
Davis is the latest lawmaker to be indicted in this case. Outgoing Rep. Jack Williams, R-Vestavia, lobbyist Marty Connors, and Trina Health CEO Ford Gilbert were indicted in April 2018.
Davis was arraigned Wednesday afternoon. He was later released on a signature bond and declined to comment as he left the federal courthouse in Montgomery with his attorney.
This investigation was set in motion following the subsequent investigation and conviction of former Rep. Micky Hammon, who served time in federal prison.
Davis is a four-term representative covering portions of Baldwin and Mobile Counties. He’s charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States and violation of the Travel Act for reportedly using email to facilitate a bribery scheme.