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May 24, 2013

Former assistant Tallassee police chief convicted


Associated Press

WETUMPKA, Ala. —

The former assistant police chief of Tallassee, Amy Davis, is scheduled for sentencing July 8 on several felony convictions.

Attorney General Luther Strange says Davis was convicted Thursday in a non-jury trial before Elmore County Circuit Judge John Bush. The judge found her guilty of 10 ethics counts of using her position for personal gain and 19 counts of unlawfully obtaining criminal offender record information on multiple people.

Davis faces two to 20 years in prison on each ethics conviction, and up to five years in prison for each conviction of unlawfully obtaining criminal records.

The attorney general's office teamed with the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center to investigate the case.