Hobbs Man Sentenced For Attempted First Degree Murder

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

HOBBS, N.M. - A Hobbs man has learned his sentence after being found guilty for attempted first degree murder.

25-year-old Cameron Slade of Hobbs was sentenced on Monday.

He will serve 10 years in prison, the maximum penalty for attempted first degree murder.

Slade was found guilty back in November for shooting Bryan Alexander after a fight broke out at Forrest's Place in Hobbs.

Alexander survived but another man in the club was killed.

Authorities said that 25 to 30 rounds were fired in a short period of time.

Slade will also serve two years of parole once he has served his time behind bars.