AGENCY LEADER’S SON GETS 24 YEARS IN SEX CASE
Corey Davis, the 36 year old son of a Babylon Town commission, was sentenced Friday to 24years in prison for his role in a human-trafficking ring that forced teenage girls to work asprostitutes and dancers. He ran his prostitution ring out of a Springfield Gardens houseowned by his mother, Constance Carter-Davis, who head a Babylon agency that helps women strugglingwith domestic violence. Prosecutors said Corey Davis kept four girls, ages 12 to 18, at thetwo-family home and that he beat the girls and regulated their lives, including how much food theyate. he is charged with sex trafficking, forced labor and kidnapping and pleaded guilty inmarch to sex trafficking of fa minor. As part of her son's plea deal, Carter-Davis agreed toforfeit the Springfield Gardens home, which prosecutors had said was worth about $575,000.