The two suspects are facing drug charges after being stopped in a car for speeding on U.S. Route 13.
Smyrna police officers recently seized heroin and suspected drug-sales money after a traffic stop Monday.
At about 9:15 p.m., officers on patrol stopped a vehicle for speeding on North Dupont Highway (U.S. Route 13) near East Commerce Street (Route 6).
The investigation led officers to believe that illegal drugs were in the vehicle, police said.
During a search, about 130 bags of heroin weighing an estimated 0.91 grams were found inside a book bag, police said.
Officers also found $1,365 that is believed to be proceeds of drug sales in the pocket of the driver, Ezekiel Shockley, 22, of Townsend.
Police also arrested the passenger, Zackary Shockley, 20, of Townsend.
Both suspects were found to be wanted on multiple court warrants.
The suspects were taken to the Smyrna Police Department where a Smyrna police K-9 team conducted a scan of the seized money, confirming the presence of narcotics odor on it, police said.
Both suspects were presented in Justice of the Peace Court 7 and charged with possession with intent to deliver heroin and second-degree conspiracy.
Ezekiel Shockley was also cited for speeding and driving with a suspended license.
The suspects were committed to the Department of Correction in lieu of $1,000 secured bond each, while awaiting another court appearance.