An unidentified juvenile was also taken into custody at the time of the incident. Further information is unavailable regarding the juvenile involved in the matter.
According to officials, the traffic stop occurred on a rural county road after the driver of the vehicle allegedly turned off the headlights when a CCSD patrol car passed by.
During the subsequent traffic stop, the sheriff's deputy discovered the couple was in possession of anhydrous ammonia, an illegal precursor used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine.
The couple were taken into custody and transported to the Clay County Justice Center for booking.
Sanders and Hutchins were both preliminarily charged with possession of marijuana under 30 grams, anhydrous ammonia possession/intent, theft and criminal mischief, while Hutchins was also charged with resisting law enforcement.
Both were incarcerated on $7,000 cash bonds (with no 10 percent allowed) to await formal court proceedings per the court calendar.