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Artesia man sentenced to 19 years in federal conviction

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ALBUQUERQUE — Bryan O’Keef Kimble, 30, of Artesia, was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Las Cruces to 230 months in prison for his conviction on firearms and methamphetamine trafficking charges. Kimble will be on supervised release for four years after completing his prison sentence.
U.S. Attorney Damon P. Martinez said Kimble was prosecuted as part of a federal anti-violence initiative that targets “the worst of the worst” offenders for federal prosecution. Under this initiative, the U.S. Attorney’s Office and federal law enforcement agencies work with New Mexico’s District Attorneys and state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies to target violent or repeat offenders for federal prosecution with the goal of removing repeat offenders from communities in New Mexico for as long as possible. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.

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