(SANDUSKY) -- Police uncovered a mobile methamphetamine lab in Sandusky Wednesday night. The discovery came at around 9:50 p.m. when Officer Crisenbery of the Sandusky Police Department stopped a vehicle in the rear parking lot of the Sandusky Party Store on West Sanilac Avenue. The vehicle was driven by a 33-year old Sandusky resident wanted for a parole violation. A search of the vehicle revealed several chemicals used for making meth, including camping fuel, drain cleaner, and lithium. Officers also seized a package of suspected processed meth. The chemical contents of the vehicle were stabilized and safely taken into the custody of the St. Clair County Drug Task Force Meth responders and the Michigan State Police Meth Team. The suspect is currently lodged in the Sanilac County Jail on probation violation. He faces charges of operating and maintaining a methamphetimine lab containing methamphetamine, along with possession of methamphetamine.