Clovis man convicted of selling cocaine

Clovis Man Convicted of Selling Cocaine

Clovis, NM – Ninth Judicial District Attorney Matthew Chandler announced today that Glen Mayfield, age 45, was convicted of four counts of trafficking crack cocaine. Mayfield pled guilty to the charges and the Court immediately proceeded to a sentencing hearing. During the sentencing hearing, District Court Judge Teddy Hartley ordered that Mr. Mayfield serve the next seven (7) years in the custody of the New Mexico Department of Corrections.

Assistant District Attorney Hollie Barnett presented evidence to the Court that between the during the months of December 2006 and January of 2007 the New Mexico State Police conducted an undercover operation in the Ninth Judicial District targeting known drug traffickers. During this two month operation, undercover agents with the New Mexico State Police purchased crack cocaine from Glen Mayfield on four separate occasions. At the end of the undercover operation, the New Mexico State Police issued an arrest warrant for Glen Mayfield for four counts of Trafficking an Illegal Substance. Upon the completion of the presentation of the evidence by Assistant District Attorney Barnett, the defendant admitted guilt.
 
Upon Mayfield’s completion of his seven (7) year sentence in the New Mexico Department of Corrections, he will be placed on intense supervised parole for a period of two (2) additional years.