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Police Arrest Minot Man for Meth

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A Minot man who is currently on probation and parole with the North Dakota Department of Corrections was arrested for possession on meth late last night.

Police officers tells us they stopped Louis Bauer III because the plates on his vehicle weren't registered to the vehicle he was driving.

When officers searched his vehicle, they found multiple small baggies containing methamphetamine and other evidence to support he was selling meth. A glass smoking device was also found in the vehicle.

Bauer was placed under arrest for possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia other than marijuana and driving with canceled, revoked or altered plates. He was transported to Ward County Jail.


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