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Former University of New Mexico football player convicted of robbing a Postal Carrier, facing 10 years in prison

Former University of New Mexico football player convicted of robbing a Postal Carrier, facing 10 years in prison
Former University of New Mexico football player convicted of robbing a Postal Carrier, facing 10 years in prison

A former University of New Mexico football player was convicted of robbing a United States Postal Carrier on Monday.

Rayshawn Boyce a former linebacker for the Lobos, was found guilty by a federal jury for stealing a key belonging to a US Postal Service worker and had a firearm.

The 28-year-old is facing 10 years in prison for the charges. A sentencing date for Boyce hasn’t been scheduled yet.

After transferring to New Mexico from a California junior college, Boyce played as a linebacker in eight games for the Lobos in 2017.

This is not Boyce’s first run-in with police.

The former UNM football player pleaded guilty to beating his ex-girlfriend and his teammate back when he was 23 and also was arrested for swerving all over the road and having an outstanding warrant five years ago.

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