BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Former Baltimore County Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance has begun his jail sentence for perjury.

Dance received a 6-month sentence after pleading guilty to four counts of perjury after failing to report nearly $150,000 in outside income on his financial disclosures. The discrepancies are on his 2012, 2013, and 2015 Financial Disclosure Statements that were filed under oath.

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The former superintendent is serving the sentence at Henrico County Jail in Virginia after a judge signed an order modifying the location of his incarceration so he could be closer to his family.

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The Baltimore County School Board voted in Verletta White as the permanent superintendent earlier this month.

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White was serving as the interim after Dance resigned last summer.

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