A routine traffic stop in Stover proves to be anything but routine with the arrests of two subjects on several felony charges. Chief Trampus Jackson says that the sequence of events started on Wednesday when a report was received about a careless and imprudent driver entering the city limits with two subjects, apparently, fighting in the car. The vehicle was stopped near the intersection of 135-south and hwy 52 at which time it was determined the passenger, 40-year-old Edward James of Lebanon, had been wanted on a failure to appear warrant in Vernon County. A loaded 12-gauge shotgun in the front seat where James was sitting was seized with a subsequent search of the car allegedly uncovering a loaded 22/250 Marlin, baggies of methamphetamine, and various paraphernalia. James and the driver, Quentin Hildebrand of Plato, were both taken into custody and, while on the way to be booked, Hildebrand admitted to having another baggie with meth inside one of his boots. James and Hildebrand both face a combination of charges including possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm and unlawful use of a firearm for possessing them while in possession of a felony controlled substance. They were taken to the Morgan County Jail.