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Clovis man will spend 13 years behind bars for drug trafficking

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Clovis, NM - A Clovis man pled guilty to two counts of drug trafficking and will now spend 13 years behind bars.

Authorities say 51-year old Robert Urioste sold methamphetamine to undercover police officers twice back in 2012 during a drug task force operation.

He was arrested nearly a year ago and pled guilty Wednesday. A Clovis court sentenced Urioste to 13 years in prison with five years of supervised probation upon release.

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