A former Maryland police chief has been sentenced to three years of probation after a he was found guilty of interfering in an investigation.
Maryland prosecutors say former Pocomoke City police chief Kelvin Sewell has been given a three-year suspended sentence in favor of three years supervised probation.
Prosecutors accuse Sewell of failing to charge a state corrections officer involved in a 2014 hit-and-run because they were friends.
The case drew state-wide attention upon Sewell’s firing in 2015.
Source: CBS Baltimore
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