KRMG has learned two people were arrested in Tulsa on Friday for trafficking heroin.
Deputies say Summer Stephens and Matthew Braly were pulled over on a routine traffic stop and showed signs of nervous behavior.
The deputy then spoke with Braly who authorized the deputy to search the car he was driving.
When he went back to the car, Stephens told the deputy it wasn't Braly's car, so he couldn't give permission for the search.
Deputies say they then used a K-9 officer to sniff around the car. The dog ended up alerting deputies to drugs inside the car.
A search of the vehicle turned up 2.7 ounces of heroine.
The deputy didn't even need to say anything after getting finished with the search. Stephens immediately put her head down and her hands behind her back.
Stephens and Braly were taken to the Tulsa County Jail.