After arrests were made last Tuesday for allegedly running a meth lab, the two women are now appearing in court again.
New charges have been filed against the two women. They were presented these just this afternoon.
Trina Evenson and Irene Medina are appearing once again in court for charges that stem from operating a meth lab. They were arrested last Tuesday after a sting operation, and now both face felony charges of criminal child endangerment.
It was Wednesday that Great Falls Police and Russell Country Drug Task Force executed a search warrant of an Eleventh Street South residence that the two were reportedly living at.
According to the charging documents children were present at the home during the search. Officers discovered a one pot cooking method for the production of meth as they came across a duffle bag that contained many items commonly used in the making of methamphetamine. This included ammonium sulfate and drain cleaner. More of the same items were found in the basement of the residence as well.
Several bottles were found that authorities say had tubing coming out of them known as a gas generator or buy product.
According to documents Medina's possession charges came as a result of authorities finding baggies of substance (determined to be meth after a field test), syringes, and directions on how to make methamphetamine.
Bail was set for both at $20,000. This will not run concurrent with the $75,000 bond from last week.