Drugs and weapons seized in traffic stop

76 fentanyl pills, two loaded handguns at the time of the stop

LIAM CONNORS, Deputy news editor

On Sunday, Whitman County apprehended two convicted felons in Colfax after a traffic stop revealed that they had illegal narcotics and firearms.

Spokane Valley residents 31-year-old Amber Sitter and 37-year old-Raymond Cooper had 76 fentanyl pills and two loaded handguns at the time of the stop, according to the press release.

Along with the possession, the pair also confessed that they were coming back from a delivery where they sold a sizable amount of fentanyl pills in Clarkston, WA, according to the release.

The duo has been arrested for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, and unlawful possession of a firearm. Sitter and Cooper will both appear in front of the Whitman County Superior Court on Monday, according to the release.