Clovis man receive prison sentence for drug trafficking

CNJ staff

A 26-year-old Clovis man convicted of drug trafficking Tuesday was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment, according to a press release from the district attorney’’s office.

Daniel Harrison will be required to serve five years supervised probation following his release.

The conviction encompassed two incidents.

In February 2006, officers found approximately 50 rocks of crack cocaine in Harrison’s vehicle during a traffic stop, the release said.

In February, Clovis police found crack cocaine in Harrison’s possession and in his vehicle, the release said.