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LAFAYETTE, AL (WTVM) - LaFayette Police Chief Kennrth Vines has been sentenced to six months in jail over a 12-month period. 

The sentence comes after Vines admitted to altering documents and perjuring himself during his divorce case in September last year.

Now, the city will begin advertising for a new chief of police.

Vines' role will be limited to administrative duties necessary to provide officials with information needed to make a successful transition.

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