Sep 9, 2016 11:57 AM

Ex-Bartlett police chief pleads guilty for lying about lover's DWI cover-up

OSSIPEE — Former Bartlett police chief pleaded guilty to lying to a Caroll County Grand Jury about not prosecuting a lover for DWI.

Timothy Connifey, 54 of West Roxbury, Mass., engaged in a cover-up at an accident scene involving Kate Putnam when her car went off Route 302 and struck a power pole, according to the Union Leader.

He admitted to one felony count of perjury and one misdemeanor count of official oppression, and is sentenced to 90 days in jail.

Connifey was the head of Bartlett Police Department from January 2002 until January 2015.

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