AMARILLO, Texas – Two people were arrested on Monday by Amarillo Police after two separate traffic stops where officers found methamphetamine and Fentanyl.
According to police, officers made a traffic stop after witnessing a vehicle make several violations.
The driver and a female passenger in the vehicle were arrested for multiple charges, said police. Those charges included felon in possession of a firearm, possession of a controlled substance and possession of methamphetamine.
Police said the firearm that was located was stolen.
From information gathered during the incident, APD narcotics agents were able to make a separate traffic stop and gather information to obtain a search warrant- which resulted in the arrest of two more subjects.
Police arrested David Gwaltney, 31, for felon in possession of a firearm, as well as manufacture/delivery of methamphetamine. Gwaltney was wearing a belly band holster and four guns were found in the vehicle he was stopped in, said police.
Police also arrested Jessica Capps, 24, for manufacture/delivery of methamphetamine.
Officers also located vials of liquid Fentanyl, in addition to the guns and meth, said police.
(Myhighplains.com contributed to this report)