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Grafton man pleads guilty to selling meth

A Grafton, N.D., man pleaded guilty Thursday to selling methamphetamine.

Paul Anthony Mix, 36, was charged for selling meth to three undercover officers last September and October.

Court documents said Mix sold almost an ounce of methamphetamine to undercover officers during three controlled buys during September and October 2017. He also sold officers a small amount of marijuana at his home on the 15000 block of 64th Street Northeast in Grafton, according to an affidavit of arrest.

Mix told police he trafficks large amounts of methamphetamine stemming from Bemidji and Minneapolis, records state.

Mix changed his plea to guilty Thursday and is awaiting sentencing. He could face up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine for each of the four delivery of meth charges and an additional charge for possession with intent to deliver.