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.

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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.

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