MENDON — Two people were arrested following an incident in Rutland on Saturday.
Police say they initiated a traffic stop for an observed motor vehicle violation on US Route 4 at around 5:40 p.m.
While speaking with the driver, identified as David Farnham, of Grand Isle, his license was criminally suspended.
During a search, incident to arrest, police say they located suspected cocaine and a controlled substance.
While speaking with the passenger, identified as Joellen Holland, of Rutland, indicators of drug activity were observed.
Holland consented to a search of her person and police say they discovered suspected controlled substances.
A K-9 was deployed, and the vehicle was seized to apply for a search warrant.
A subsequent search warrant revealed that Holland and Farnham were both in possession of a felony amount of cocaine.
Farnham was transported to the Vermont State Police Rutland barracks for processing and later released on a citation to appear in court to answer for the charge of possession of cocaine, a controlled substance, and DLS.
Holland was issued a citation and released on a citation to appear in court to answer to the charge of possession of cocaine and a controlled substance.