Two men were arrested in Martin County Saturday morning on drug charges.

Indiana State Police report that Master Trooper Jarrod Lents was on patrol and stopped a speeding vehicle on US 231 near Inman Cemetery Road.

He suspected criminal activity and learned that the driver, later identified as 30-year-old Benton G. Price of Glasgow, Kentucky, gave false information concerning his ID.

Martin County Reserve Deputy Josh Harmon arrived on scene and police say there was probable cause to hold the five occupants of the vehicle and search the car.

Over 21 grams of meth were located as well as evidence of dealing meth along with marijuana and paraphernalia

Price and one of the passengers, 28-year-old Tyler Kenworthy of Indianapolis were arrested.

Both face Possession of Meth charges, while Price was also charged with Dealing meth, Possession of a Narcotic, Marijuana, Paraphernalia and a Syringe.