A traffic stop netted the arrest of two Jackson County residents late Friday night, police report.
Megan Christopher-Bane, 30, and Michael McVay, 37, both of Medora, each face Class A misdemeanor charges of possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia, according to a report from Officer Rick Meyer of the Jackson County Sheriff's Department.
Christopher-Bane also faces Class D felony charges of possession of a controlled substance and violation of the Legend Drug Act.
The two were arrested during a traffic stop at about 8 p.m. Friday at State Road 135 and County Road 300 North.
Meyer said he stopped a Chevrolet S10 driven by McVay because a headlight was out.
During that stop, Meyer said he smelled marijuana and saw Christopher-Bane trying to hide something in her pants.
Meyer said police found marijuana and paraphernalia in the vehicle and found that Christopher-Bane was carrying hydrocodone pills and paraphernalia.
County reserve officers Charlie Murphy and Steve Murphy assisted.
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