A couple was arrested after allegedly finding illicit substances in their vehicle at a Siren gas station with their infant son nearby.

Scott Douglas Westbrook and Tawny Marie Saltz were charged with possession of heroin, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Saltz was also charged with possession of schedule II narcotics, according to the initial police report.

Police turned the child over to their grandparents following the arrest.

Westbrook, 34, and Saltz, 29, were allegedly arguing outside of the Holiday gas station on Oct. 18 around 5:15 p.m. when police were called to the scene. Officers noticed a young male in the vicinity of the yelling and cursing.

Officers then separated the pair. While speaking with Westbrook an officer noted his eyes were heavy and he closed them a number of times “as if he was sleeping.”

The report states during the search of the vehicle officers found two pieces of tinfoil covered in burnt brown residue. They allegedly found a powdery white substance and crystalized white substance, they were later field tested positive for heroin and meth.