Wahpeton Man Makes Plea in Meth Bust Case

Two handguns and an assault rifle were also seized during the raid

WAHPETON, ND — A Wahpeton man arrested in one of the largest methamphetamine cases ever in North Dakota has pleads not guilty.

Twenty-nine-year-old Louis Dauphinais was arrested in late March after a search of a mobile home by officers with a drug task force.

The force allegedly found 13 pounds of meth worth a street value of more than one million dollars.

Two handguns and an assault rifle were also seized during the raid.

Dauphinais remains in the Richland County Jail on a $100,000 bond.

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