A Sioux Falls woman was arrested Tuesday after police found components for making meth in her home.

The Sioux Falls Police were called to the Arena Motel at 2401 West Russell Street, because the occupant of one room was suspected of running a meth lab.

Police arrested 40-year-old Camille Solberg for possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Upon arrival of the Sioux Falls Area Drug Task Force, detectives found a meth lab in the room. The type of lab was a One-Pot methamphetamine lab. It was dismantled by the Task Force with Sioux Falls Fire Rescue Haz-Mat and Rural Metro ambulance assisting in their respective roles.

Solberg had additional charges of manufacturing a controlled substance, maintaining a residence where drugs are used-stored, and school zone violation.

She was taken to the Minnehaha County Jail on her charges.

This case is on-going with more arrests expected.