A 26-year-old Mankato man accused of driving while high last month is facing a long list of charges.

Mankato Police say it was snowing when he pulled Michael Fox over near the roundabout at  Madison Avenue and Highway 22, and he immediately admitted that he had no insurance nor a valid license.

The officer asked when Fox had last used drugs, and he admitted to having used meth, “Within the last couple of days.”

The criminal complaint shows Fox failed field sobriety tests but a portable breath test registered no alcohol. A blood test showed both amphetamines and methamphetamine in his system.

Fox is facing five drugged driving-related charges as well as driving after his license was revoked and without insurance.

A stolen license plate was found in a search of the car so Fox faces an additional charge of receiving stolen property.