A Weston man was arrested last week for multiple charges, including obstructing justice.
On Thursday around 1 a.m., Bowling Green police initiated a traffic stop in the area of North Church and Oak streets.
An officer opened the passenger door and asked the woman about a mason jar at her feet, according to the Bowling Green Police Division report.
The officer also reportedly observed a glass pipe.
The woman reportedly gave a false name and false Social Security number, and was later identified as Heather Blair, 45, Lima.
The driver also reportedly gave a false name and incorrect date of birth. He was later identified as David Cole.
Dispatched advised that Cole, 51, of Weston, had several warrants, one of which was a felony, according to the report.
Cole reportedly said he lied about his identity because he knew he had a warrant.
Cole was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, obstructing official business, open container in a motor vehicle, driving under suspension and marked lanes.
Blair was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and open container in a motor vehicle.
Both were taken to jail.
Cole appeared later Thursday in Bowling Green Municipal Court and was found guilty. He served two days in jail then posted $250 bond. He was placed on two years of community control.
Blair also appeared Thursday in municipal court and was found guilty. She was fined $150 for each charge and released.