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Two Clovis Men Found Guilty

Guilty of murder... That's what a New Mexico jury handed down today to two Clovis men for the death of a 10-year old boy.

21 year old Demetrio Salas has been found guilty of first degree murder in the shooting death of 10-year old Carlos Perez who was shot while he slept in his bedroom.

31 year old Edward Griego was convicted of accessory to murder... A second degree felony.

Salas faces life in prison plus 16 extra years for other convictions..

Griego faces up to 20 years on prison.

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