The former teacher accused of kidnapping a Tennessee teen and sparking a nationwide amber alert was booked in the Henderson County Jail on Monday, but he has since been transported to Tennessee.
Tad Cummins, 50, was placed in federal custody after he and a 15-year-old girl were found in northern California.
He faces kidnapping among other felony charges.
After being booked Monday in Henderson, Cummings was transported to Tennessee for his first court appearance.
Eyewitness News exclusively captured the moment Cummins left the Henderson County Detention Center Tuesday morning, headed to a federal courtroom in Tennessee. His court appearance took place at 2 p.m. in Nashville.
The Henderson County Detention Center is one of a handful facilities that houses federal prisoners who are making their way through the court process.
Former Subway spokesman, Jared Fogle, was also once temporarily held in the Henderson County Jail.