POCOMOKE CITY, Md. (WJZ) — Former Pocomoke City Police Chief was sentenced to three years, with all suspended, Tuesday after he was convicted of misconduct in office.
Kevin Sewell interfered with a DUI investigation of a fellow mason, ordering a subordinate to document the incident as an accident when the driver had actually hit two parked cars after just driving four blocks. One car was totaled. The driver lost a tire and continued to drive home on three wheels.READ MORE: A Dad Who Traveled 1,200 Miles For Covid-19 Care Is Finally Going Home. Here's What He Wants You To KnowBaltimore County Urges People To Get Vaccinated With Super Weekend Flu Clinic
It was the second trial for Sewell who appealed his 2016 conviction and was granted a re-trial.
He was sentenced to three years by Judge W. Newton Jackson III, with all years suspended in favor of supervised probation.MORE NEWS: American Airlines Plane Blows Tires On Runway Leaving Flights Diverted And Runways Closed At Regan National