Two New Hampshire residents were arrested and charged with drug trafficking after being stopped by Maine State Police troopers in Lebanon.

A member of the state police Pro-Active Criminal Enforcement Team and another trooper stopped a car in Lebanon on Wednesday for multiple violations and found indications of criminal activity, state police said Friday.

A search of the car turned up 30 grams of crystal methamphetamine, fentanyl and drug package materials, police said.

Katie Mae Ouellette and Tyler Leary Photos courtesy of Maine State Police

The license plates attached to the car belonged to a different vehicle, police said.

Katie Mae Ouellette, 25 and Tyler Leary, 26, both of Milton, were arrested during the traffic stop.

Ouellette was charged with unlawful trafficking in Schedule W drugs (meth), unlawful possession of scheduled drugs (fentanyl) and attaching false plates. She is being held at York County Jail in Alfred on $10,000 bail.

Leary was charged with unlawful trafficking in Schedule W drugs (meth). He was also charged with violation of conditions of release because he was not allowed to have contact with Ouellette because of a previous incident in which he threatened her with a gun, police said. Leary is being held without bail at the York County Jail.