A mother and son arrested and accused of possessing methamphetamine were formally charged Friday in Superior Court.

Christian Stewart, 19, and his mother Tammy R. Stewart, 39, were arrested Tuesday while Jefferson County Sheriff's deputies assisted during a probation visit for Ryan Voris, 20. Police also arrested Voris and a 16-year juvenile.

At Voris' residence in the 2800 block of Eisenhower Drive in Presidential Estates, deputies found a white substance that tested positive as methamphetamine and several smoking pipes, according to an affidavit of probable cause.

Voris and the Stewarts were all within reach of the drug, the report said.

Christian Stewart was given a $2,000 cash only bond in the case, but he is currently on probation following a burglary conviction earlier this year. He received a six-year probation sentence in the burglary case. Prosecutors have filed a motion to revoke Stewart's probation.

Voris' bond was set at $2,000 cash only. He is currently on probation following a battery conviction in March. Separate from the meth case, the prosecutors filed a motion to revoke his probation after Voris allegedly tested positive for amphetamines during a drug screening.

Tammy Stewart also was given a $2,000 cash only bond.

The Stewarts each face charges of possession of methamphetamine, a Class 5 felony, and visiting a common nuisance, a Class B misdemeanor. Voris faces charges of possession of methamphetamine, a Class 5 felony, and maintaining a common nuisance, a Class 6 felony.