The Marion County Sheriff's Department said a routine traffic stop has led to the arrest of two teenagers on drug, burglary, and grand larceny charges.
The sheriff's department stopped Amanda Rinehart, 19, on Interstate 79 Thursday night and found cocaine and pain killers in her vehicle.
It arrested Rinehart for driving under the influence of narcotics, and her passenger Stephen Robbins, 19, for possession with intent to deliver.
Then the state police called to say that Rinehart and Robbins were wanted on burglary charges.
Deputies found thousands of dollars worth of stolen items in their home.
Both Rinehart and Robbins were taken to the North Central Regional jail. Rinehart has been released on bond. Robbins' is still in the North Central Regional Jail with bail set at $30,000.