A routine traffic stop in Camdenton lands three people in the Camden County Jail on felony drug and other misdemeanor charges. The probable cause statement filed Monday in the courthouse indicate that 22-year-old Haillie Wofford, of Republic, was pulled over shortly before 4:00 Saturday morning. Upon making contact with Wofford and two passengers in the back seat, the officer, allegedly, detected the smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle. A subsequent search uncovered other items including the marijuana along with paraphernalia field testing positive for meth, cocaine, heroin or opiates, one 9-millimeter handgun and a .22 rifle. Wofford and the two passengers, 27-year-old Jerry Ingersoll of Conway and 23-year-old Coleman Brown of Billings, were taken to the Camden County Jail. Formal charges of possessing controlled substances and misdemeanor paraphernalia charges have been filed against all three.