FOSSTON, Minn. — Three people are facing felonies after investigators discovered a meth lab in Fosston, a press release from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said.

Deputies stopped Cohen James Curfman, 27, on Polk County Road 6 on Wednesday about 3 miles south of Fosston, the release said. The traffic stop ended with Curfman’s arrest on charges of driving while intoxicated and meth possession. His passengers, Alicia Jill Muth, 33, and Jorden Anthony Shea, 28, were both charged with fifth-degree possession of methamphetamine.

Investigators discovered there was reason to search Curfman’s home, the release said.

There were active ingredients and an old methamphetamine lab in the home, according to the release. It was dismantled by investigators from the Pine to Prairie Drug Task Force, Polk County and Clearwater County sheriff’s offices and Headwaters Safe Trails Task Force.

Curfman is facing charges of first-degree manufacture of methamphetamine, attempted first-degree manufacture of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine with intent to manufacture, two counts of possession of meth and fourth-degree driving while impaired.