Clovis, NM ~ Ninth Judicial District Attorney, Andrea Reeb, announced that Bryson Campos, age 23, of Clovis, NM, was sentenced yesterday to 3 years in prison. Campos was convicted of Auto Burglaries, Possession of a Stolen Vehicle and Aggravated Fleeing an Officer. The sentence encompassed several cases on Campos dating back to June of 2015.
Campos pleaded guilty in December of 2015 to numerous auto burglaries in the Clovis area. He fled from Clovis Police Officers on more than one occasion leading them on a foot pursuit while being armed with a gun, and high speed pursuits in a stolen vehicle. A diagnostic evaluation was ordered on Campos to assist the Court in the appropriate sentence.
The Honorable Drew D. Tatum presided over the sentencing hearing on April 7, 2016. Captain Roman Romero, Sergeant James Gurule, and Officer Brandon Floyd told the Court of how Campos endangered the community and his lack of respect for law enforcement.
Judge Tatum ordered that Campos serve three years in the New Mexico Department of Corrections, followed by four and one-half years of supervised probation/parole.
Senior Trial Attorney, Leah Hutchins, prosecuted the case for the State of New Mexico, and criminal defense attorney Brett Carter, represented the defendant.
For more information, please contact the District Attorney’s Office at 575-769-2246.