A man accused of distributing drugs in the area has admitted to the crimes.
Jared Lee Rose entered a guilty plea to a class A double felony of Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver.
He also pleaded guilty to a class C felony burglary count.
Rose admitted to breaking into a FEMA trailer residence, where he and his partner stole a motorcycle in February in southeast Minot.
Police later found 3 safes holding 500 grams of methamphetamine in the back of their vehicle.
Rose was sentenced to serve ten years in prison, followed by five years probation.
That's the same sentence agreed to by Rose's partner - Johnathan Held, who began serving his sentence in February.