Meth Lab Discovered in Polk County, Arrests Made
Carol McCarthy | Sep 10, 2019 AT 11:13 am
CROOKSTON, MN--Polk County authorities have arrested two men and one woman after a drug arrest led to the discovery of a meth lab.
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office says it made a traffic stop outside Fosston on Sept. 4th, in which the driver, 27-year-old Cohen Curfman of Fosston, was arrested for meth possession and DWI.
Two others, 33-year-old Alicia Muth of Becker and 28-year-old Jorden Shea of Princeton, were arrested for meth possession.
Authorities say further investigation by the Pine to Prairie Drug Task Force found an active meth lab in Curfman’s residence as well as a former meth lab.
Curfman faces six charges – five of them drug-related – while Muth faces two charges, and Shea, one.