Todd Behm arrested again after drugs found in Minot home
For the second time in less than a year, a 48-year-old Minot man is in custody for having people at his residence where illegal drugs were present.
According to a criminal affidavit, sheriff’s deputies responded to Todd Behm’s residence in the 3000 block of Highway 2 and 52 Thursday night, for a report of underage drinking.
When deputies arrived they saw people who appeared to be under the age of 21, and spotted open alcohol containers inside. The residence also smelled of burnt marijuana
Once inside the residence, investigators found drugs and drug paraphernalia, including marijuana, marijuana butter, and ecstasy/MDMA.
Behm made his initial appearance on the charges Friday, and will be arraigned March 5.
He remains in custody in the Ward County Jail, as of 4 p.m. Friday.
Behm was arrested last March after investigators say he hosted a party where minors used drugs and drank alcohol. He struck a deal and was ordered to time served, two years of probation, and to undergo a chemical dependency evaluation, according to online records.
Here is the full list of charges filed against Behm in the Jan. 30 incident:
Possession with intent to manufacture/deliver MDMA, B-felony
Possession with intent to manufacture/deliver marijuana, B-felony
Possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, 2nd offense, C-felony
Prohibited acts B, C-felony
Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, use, SI, SII, SIII, A-misdemeanor
Possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, at least ½ ounce but less than 100 grams, B-misdemeanor
Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, use/storage marijuana, infraction