Man in Hobbs Found Guilty of Attempted First Degree Murder

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

HOBBS, N.M. - Guilty was the verdict that came down on Friday in a Hobbs courtroom for a shooting at a club three years ago.

26-year-old Cameron Slade is accused of shooting Bryan Alexander after a fight broke out at Forrest's Place in Hobbs.

Alexander did survive but another man was killed in the deadly fire.

Police say 25 to 30 rounds were fired in a short period of time.

Slade was found guilty of attempted first degree murder but was found not guilty for tampering with evidence.