A tip about a fugitive led Larimer County deputies to a methamphetamine lab in a trailer home where three people, including the fugitive, were arrested, the sheriff's office said.

Early Tuesday morning, the sheriff's office received a tip that William Curtis Miller, 36, wanted in Mississippi for theft and in Larimer County for a parole violation, was at a trailer home at 2025 N. College Ave. No. 46, the sheriff's office said in a news release.

When deputies went to the trailer, the occupants refused to open the door, the sheriff's office said.

Deputies got a search warrant, entered the trailer, and found Miller and evidence of a meth lab, the sheriff's office said.

They obtained another search warrant, based on the meth discovery, and arrested Miller and two others inside the trailer.

Todd Ted Rowell, 50, and Lynn Ann Baker, 40, were arrested on suspicion of manufacturing methamphetamine.

All three were being held at the Larimer County Jail.