Police arrested three people on Friday at a Missoula home after they followed up on a warrant. Police Public Information Officer Travis Welsh says one man, 46-year-old Errick Griffin is now facing felony charges.

"Officers became aware of information depicting drug activity occurring in the 1500 block of South Catlin Street," Welsh said. They encountered three individuals there and all three were subsequently arrested. The most serious of the charges was possession of dangerous drugs... which, in this case, turned out to be cocaine."

The other two indviduals are each facing three misdemeanor charges.

"The other two were identified as 42-year-old Kathrine Sizzler and 39-year-old James Mack, Sizzler and Mack were both arrested for possession of marijuana a misdemeanor as well as drug paraphernalia, as well as one count of endangering the welfare of a child as there was a young boy in the residence at the time of the search," Welsh said.

The boy in the house was just six-years-old. Welsh says there is an ongoing investigation to find out the magnitude of the drug activity that had been going on in that home.