A southwestern Minnesota couple are in jail on drug charges after authorities raided their apartment in Pipestone.
Forty-two-year-old Benjamin Walker is charged with possession of methamphetamine near a park zone and possession of firearms or ammunition by a felon. His girlfriend, 34-year-old Jennifer Underwood is charged with methamphetamine possession.
The drug charges carry a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.
Agents with the Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force and Pipestone County Deputies searched the couple's apartment on Thursday morning, and found meth, cut pen straws, glass pipes, and a spoon.
In another room they found propane torches and a box containing .38-calibre ammunition.
Walker has a felony burglary conviction which prohibits him from owning a firearm or ammunition.