|Transportation details for registered sex offender Alday|
TRANSPORTATION DETAILS FOR REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER JAMES WILLIAM ALDAY...
...The Wakulla County Sheriff's Office worked with federal agencies including the U.S. Marshal's Office and others to return sex offender James William Alday, 44, to Wakulla County from Southeast Asia. Alday was wanted in Wakulla County for failure to register as a sex offender.
Alday was being deported from Cambodia and WCSO detectives worked with the U.S. Marshal's Office to make sure his return to the United States went through Atlanta, Ga. so he could be easily returned to Crawfordville.
He was picked up by U.S. Marshal and U.S. Customs agents once he landed at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport and was held in the Clayton County Jail in Jonesboro, Ga. until he waived extradition and was transported back to WCSO by Deputy Leif Sparby and Detention Deputy Randy Barnes. During transit, Cambodian and Korean Police made sure Alday got on the correct plane when he left Phnom Penh International Airport and made a connection at Seoul-Incheon International Airport in Korea.
The U.S. Marshal's Office paid for the transportation back to the United States although Alday will face paying back that cost when he goes back through the court system. He arrived in the Wakulla County Jail on Nov. 13 and remains in jail under a $5,000 bond which was set by a judge.