WORTHINGTON — Two out-of-state individuals face a string of drug-related charges after various drugs and drug paraphernalia were allegedly discovered in their vehicle.

According to court documents, a Worthington police officer arrested Robert J. Anderson, 35, of Portland, Ore. and Selena Arizola, 21, of Kenosha, Wis. following a June 20 traffic stop near Worthington.

The following was allegedly discovered in the duo's vehicle: marijuana, heroin, hypodermic needles, glass pipes, rubber tubing, butane torch, one gram of meth, several small white pills said to be valium, a vape pen and $1,028 cash.

Both face fifth-degree controlled substance crime, a gross misdemeanor; misdemeanor possession of hypodermic needles; and petty misdemeanors possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a small amount of marijuana. Anderson faces an additional felony fifth-degree drug possession charge. Arizola has also been charged with driving at 92 miles per hour in a 70 miles per hour speed zone, a misdemeanor.

Anderson's conditional bail was scheduled at $2,500 and his unconditional at $10,000. Arizola's conditional bail was set at $1,000 and unconditional at $6,000.