A St. James man linked to a pound of methamphetamine found in a North Front Street storage shed in January 2019, was sentenced to 81 months in prison Tuesday in Brown County District Court. 42-year-old Trevor D. Randall, St. James, was sentenced to 81 months in the St. Cloud Correctional Facility and credited with 379 days served. The prison term has no mandatory minimum. Randall was convicted of felony first-degree drug sale 17 grams or more of cocaine or meth within 90 days. The Minnesota River Drug Task Force and other agents arrested three male suspects in January 2019 and found 520 grams (one pound, two ounces) of meth in a storage shed on the 1200 block of North Front Street. The arrest came after an investigation into a group known to be distributing meth in Mankato, New Ulm and the surrounding area.