Paris police arrested two people on suspicion of multiple drug counts, including one stemming from alleged possession of mushrooms, on Saturday evening.

Paris police arrested the two people, both from Louisiana, on suspicion of felony possession of a Schedule I controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance with intent to deliver, multiple misdemeanor counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to use a turn signal. The arrest came from a traffic stop, Paris Police Chief John O'Brien said.

Officials with the Police Department and the Logan County Detention Center did not release the names of the two people after multiple requests. O'Brien said the Police Department does not release the names of inmates until the Logan County prosecuting attorney formally charges them.

Paris police found about 76 grams of marijuana, 50 grams of mushrooms and drug paraphernalia during their search of the vehicle, according to a Facebook post from the Police Department. They also seized $1,420 in cash pending civil forfeiture, O'Brien said.

O'Brien said the two people were in Arkansas on a camping trip.

The pair were held in the Detention Center in lieu of $50,000 bonds each. Their arraignment date in Logan County Circuit Court depends on when the county prosecutor formally charges them, O'Brien said.