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Clovis man sentenced to ten years in prison for drug trafficking

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Amarillo, TX - An eastern New Mexico resident convicted of drug trafficking is heading to prison.

51 year-old Adolph Padilla of Clovis was packaging and selling methamphetamine out of a motel room, and sold drugs to undercover cops in 2012.

Ninth Judicial District Judge Stephen K. Quinn sentenced Padilla to ten years in prison, followed by five years of intensive supervised probation.

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