Clovis man found guilty of murder

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KFDA Assignments Desk

Clovis, New Mexico - A Clovis man is found guilty of Murder after stabbing a man to death with a pocket knife.  The 9th District Attorney's office says it took a jury one hour to find 20 year old Luciano Guerra guilty of First-degree Murder and Tampering with Evidence.
In March of 2010, investigators say Guerra got into a fight with Andrew Gama at a party in Clovis, then stabbed him 13 times. Sentencing has been scheduled for a later date and he faces life in prison for Murder, and 4 years for the Tampering with Evidence charge.