Harry James Fohlstrom, 62, Naytahwaush, and Christina Mae Jackson, 32, Ogema, are each facing a felony fifth degree drug possession charge in Morrison County District Court.
The charge stems from a June 30 incident, when a trooper with the Minnesota State Patrol stopped a vehicle in Motley for an equipment violation.
The driver was identified as Fohlstrom and the passenger was identified as Jackson.
Both allegedly showed signs of recent drug use and the trooper allegedly saw a partially burnt marijuana joint in the passenger side door handle area.
The trooper conducted a pat down search of Fohlstrom and allegedly found 2.1 grams of methamphetamine.
The trooper also conducted a K9 search of the vehicle and allegedly found a wallet with Jackson’s ID in it, along with a bag with meth residue.
The two were arrested for possession of meth.
If convicted, each could face up to five years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine.