A 28-year-old Mankato woman is facing drug possession and child neglect charges after her landlord told police she man have been selling drugs.

Agents from the Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force sifted through the trash from Natatia Shumski’s home and found a plastic mug made into a bong, two hypodermic needles, and a plastic baggy that all field-tested positive for methamphetamine. Alongside it was Minnesota driver’s license paperwork with Shumski’s name and birth date.

More such items and prescription pills were found in a later search of the home, and agents say they were accessible to a child that lives there.