Former Tallassee assistant police chief convicted of numerous felony ethics charges

Erin Edgemon

WETUMPKA, Alabama — Former Tallassee assistant chief of police was convicted of multiple charges including using an official position of personal again in a non-jury trial in Elmore County.

Attorney General Luther Strange and the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center Commissioner Maury Mitchell announced the conviction of former Tallassee Assistant Chief of Police Amy Davis, for numerous felony ethics offenses as well as several counts of improperly accessing confidential law enforcement information.

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