RAY COUNTY, Mo. – Two men are facing several allegations after a traffic stop by a trooper in Ray County Thursday night.

According to the highway patrol report, Kiel F. Sanders, 26, of Kansas City, Mo., was stopped just after 8:45 p.m. last night. Accused of failing to register a vehicle, it was also alleged that Sanders drivers license was revoked and he wore no seat belt. A search reportedly yielded methamphetamine, Tramadol, other prescription pills, a misdemeanor amount of marijuana and paraphernalia.

Sanders and a passenger, Dillon M. Johnson, 25, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, are released pending formal charges.