OGDEN -- Two traffic stops Monday night resulted in the arrests of four individuals by the Weber-Morgan Strike Force on methamphetamine-related charges.
Around 7 p.m., a strike force agent stopped Timothy Ray Coles, 44, for outstanding warrants, Weber-Morgan Strike Force Lt. Darin Parke said.
During the stop, Parke said the agent saw a passenger, Jasmine Marie Dougherty, 31, stuffing something down her pants and carrying a scale like the kind used to weigh drugs.
Officers found about 1.5 ounces of meth when Dougherty was searched at the jail.
Coles had a half-gram of meth, a couple of pipes and 10 Lortab pills, Parke said. Coles also had 12 counterfeit $10 bills, which police continue to investigate.
Police booked Dougherty into Weber County Jail on suspicion of possession of drugs with intent within 1,000 feet of a school, providing contraband in jail and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Along with outstanding warrants, police booked Coles on suspicion of possession of meth with intent, possession of drug paraphernalia, no insurance and driving on a suspended license.
Around 8 p.m., strike force officers arrested Brian James Henry, 38, and his passenger, KC Martinez, 27.
Police stopped Henry when he failed to signal and found about 3.2 grams of meth in three small bags in the car.
Officers booked Henry into Weber County Jail on suspicion of possession of meth with intent within 1,000 feet of a drug-free zone.
Martinez had an outstanding warrant and was arrested for suspicion of possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of meth with intent to distribute.