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Harrison sentenced on perjury, traffic charges
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A man who lied about his driving history under oath has been sentenced to serve nine months in jail.The driving offender, Sean Renfrow Harrison, 39, entered guilty pleas before Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to charges of aggravated perjury and violation of habitual traffic offender status. He was given 60 days on the perjury charge and 150 days on the traffic offender charge, with the charges being run consecutively, or one after another. He must also perform 100 hours public service work and pay $2,000.Harrison’s issues began when Sheriff’s Deputy Cory Knowles pulled him over on South Chancery Street.