MONTGOMERY — Two Wallkill residents were charged with possession of drugs and weapons after a vehicle stop.

State police said they pulled over a black 2009 Honda Accord for violating numerous state vehicle and traffic laws on Interstate 84 in the Town of Montgomery at around 2:45 p.m. Tuesday. Anthony C. Smieszek, 30, and Kristina Keener, 30, were arrested for possessing multiple hypodermic needles with heroin residue, a black plastic bag under the rear passenger seat with more than $5,000 hidden, multiple plastic bags containing THC and marijuana products in the trunk, and a black Sar Arms semi-automatic pistol with two large-capacity ammunition magazines hidden underneath a spare tire in the car's designated compartment, according to a press release from state police.

Smieszek and Keener were both charged with third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, third-degree criminal possession of a weapon and ammo clip, and second-degree criminal possession of marijuana, all felonies, according to the release. The two were also charged with possession of a hypodermic needle, and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, both misdemeanors.

As Smieszek, who had been driving the vehicle, was interviewed by state police during the traffic stop, the troopers observed him trying to hide a vape containing a THC oil cartridge, the release states. That led state police to discover the other illegal vehicle contents.

Both Smieszek and Keener were remanded to Orange County Jail on $25,000 cash bail or $75,000 bond and will return to Town of Montgomery Court on Monday, state police said.