Clovis man sentenced to nine years for selling meth

CNJ staff

A Clovis man was sentenced Thursday to 9 years imprisonment for selling methamphetamines, according to a press release from the district attorney’s office.

Raymond Gonzales, 34, sold methamphetamines during an investigation by Cannon Air Force Base’s Office of Special Investigation, the release said.

In April 2006, according to the release, a source working with OSI purchased drugs from Gonzales on three occasions. Through a collaborative effort between OSI and the district attorney’s office, Gonzales was arrested in October 2007, the release said.

Gonzales will be required to serve three years supervised probation following his release from prison, the release said.