Clovis woman draws prison sentence for selling meth

CNJ staff

A 36-year-old Clovis woman accused of selling methamphetamine was sentenced Wednesday to seven years in prison, according to District Attorney Matt Chandler.

Irma Jimenez pleaded guilty to two felony counts of trafficking as part of a plea arrangement with Chandler’s office.

District Judge Fred Van Solen also sentenced her to three years supervised probation after her release from prison, Chandler said in a press release.

According to Chandler, Jimenez sold undercover law officers methamphetamine on two occasions — in November 2012 and again in February — and had an additional 10 grams of the illegal drug when she was arrested.