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Grand Forks man accused of dealing methamphetamine sentenced to 11 years in federal prison

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FARGO, North Dakota — A North Dakota man has been sentenced to 11 years in federal prison for distributing methamphetamine.

Kendall Feist, of Grand Forks, pleaded guilty in March to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance. Authorities say Feist bought meth from the Twin Cities area in February 2014 and sold it to people primarily in Grand Forks and Bismarck.

Prosecutors had recommended a sentence of at least 12 years, citing Feist's extensive criminal history.

Feist was ordered to forfeit more than $8,600 that was seized when he was arrested in June 2014.

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