Parker County Jury Sentences Abilene Meth Dealer to Very Long Prison Term


WEATHERFORD,TX – An Abilene woman was sentenced to 99 years in prison Wednesday by a Parker County jury for drug dealing.

A Weatherford police officer executed a traffic stop in May 2020 on Aubry Clevenger, 38, as she was driving west on a Fort Worth highway. She consented to a search of her vehicle and he found 110 grams of meth and over $7,000.00 in cash.

According to messages on Clevenger’s cellphone, she was a significant drug dealer in Abilene, regularly made runs to the Fort Worth area to resupply, and would text customers to see if they needed to buy from her.

One of the messages described the drugs she had on her as a “mother load” as she had nearly a quarter pound of meth on her when she was stopped.

Clevenger will be eligible for parole when her good time credit and time served equals 15 years.

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