BLOUNT COUNTY, Tenn. — A man and woman from Athens were arrested Thursday after police said they confiscated meth, marijuana, and a firearm from them during a routine traffic stop.

Carlos Demond Gillispie, 43, of Athens and Alisha Faye Greene, 33, both face felony drug and firearm charges.  Authorities said a Blount County Sheriff's deputy spotted a dark Chevrolet Tahoe traveling in the wrong lane on East Lamar Alexander Parkway near Gateway Road. 

Alisha Faye Greene was arrested
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Investigators said they had already been on the lookout for that vehicle because the license plate was partially covered by a paper plate, and it had narrowly missed hitting other vehicles earlier that day. 

The deputy conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle on Gateway Road. At that point, authorities said they seized 12 grams of meth, 64 grams of marijuana, two handguns, and over $2,000 in cash. 

Carlos Demond Gillispie gets arrested
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The pair has now been officially charged with possession of a Schedule II controlled substance (methamphetamine) in a drug-free zone, possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance (marijuana) in a drug-free zone, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony. 

Gilliispie is also wanted on warrants out of McMinn County.