A vehicle that was parked in the middle of State Route 155 in Guilderland, led to the arrest of two people from Gloversville, early Saturday morning.

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Guilderland Police went to the vehicle and found something other than a disabled vehicle. They discovered 99 packets of heroin, and a person that had an active bench warrant.

28-year-old Ashleigh Foster-Morrison, the driver, was arrested for allegedly found to be driving while ability impaired by the use of drugs. She was also charged with Criminal Possession Of A Controlled Substance, Unlawful Possession Of Marijuana and vehicle and traffic tickets.

31-year-old Jermaine Staley, the passenger, was in trouble with law before. He was found to have an active bench warrant from the Schenectady Police Department.

The legal problems didn’t end there. After further investigation, the police discovered that the driver and passenger were allegedly holding 99 individual packets of heroin that were ready to be distributed. Staley was also arrested for Criminal Possession Of A Controlled Substance.

According to the story from WNYT, Staley and Foster-Morrison were both arrested and sent to the Albany County Jail.