A man and two women were arrested Friday for operating a methamphetamine lab inside a mobile home in Livermore Falls, the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency said Saturday.

The agency said more arrests could follow.

On Friday, police charged John Josey, 44, and Christina Stanford, 35, both of 249 Fayette Road, Livermore Falls, and Brittany Pomerleau, 29, of Jay, with operating a meth lab.

MDEA officers seized meth and the ingredients used to make it when they dismantled the operation on Saturday.

The three suspects are being held on $10,000 bail each. Josey and Stanford are at the Androscoggin County Jail and Pomerleau is at the Franklin County Jail.

Stanford’s 14-year-old son lives at the residence on Fayette Road but was not at home at the time of the search and arrests, according to the agency. It said it has notified Department of Health and Human Services about the teenager.

It was the 13th meth lab response this year by the MDEA, the agency said.