Former Police Chief Convicted For Ethics Violations

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By Alabama News Network

 A former Tallassee assistant police chief has been convicted for numerous ethics violations.

Attorney General Luther Strange says Amy Davis was found guilty of using her official position for personal gain.

 Davis was found guilty of ten counts of using her official position for personal gain, and 19 counts of unlawfully obtaining criminal record information.

She faces two to twenty years for each for the ten ethics law violations, and five years for each count of unlawfully getting information.

Davis was first arrested for the crimes in 2011.

 

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