Two people were arrested following a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 75 Sunday after deputies found drugs and weapons in the vehicle.

Luke Hansen, 32, of Blair is charged with possession of stolen property, possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine and obstructing a peace officer.

Omrianna Fighter, 30, of Omaha is charged with possession of stolen property, possession with intent to deliver, possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine and driving under suspension.

Washington County Sheriff's Deputy Shane Thallas stopped a vehicle, driven by Fighter, for a traffic violation on Highway 75 near mile marker 105 around 11:30 p.m., Chief Deputy Kevin Willis said.

When Thallas made contact with Fighter, he detected an odor of burnt marijuana coming from the car.

Thallas executed a probable cause search of the vehicle and found several marijuana pipes.

Thallas checked for warrants and found Fighter was wanted on two warrants in Douglas County. She also had a suspended license.

While talking with Hansen, Thallas heard something fall to the ground. He located a glass meth pipe. He also recovered a sandwich bag with a white crystal substance and a small jewelry bag with a white rock substance. Both field tested positive for meth.

During the search of the vehicle, Thallas also found two long guns in the trunk. One of the guns — a rifle — had been reported stolen. Deputies are investigating whether the rifle found was also stolen. Neither gun was loaded.

Hansen and Fighter were transported to the Washington County Jail.

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