Two people have been arrested in Jamestown, New York as part of a targeted patrol operation that got a loaded pistol, meth and fake $100 bills off the streets.

Officers pulled over a car with Daniel R. McKay, 24, and Kaylyn N. Barlow, 22, for a loud muffler at Strong and Fulton St. around 5:47 p.m. Thursday.

They discovered McKay, who was driving, is a current NYS parolee and had a suspended license. Barlow was a passenger.

Investigators searched the vehicle and said they found a loaded .380 pistol with a defaced serial number.

Both have been charged with criminal possession of a weapon.

McKay also faces charges for traffic and parole violations.

Barlow was found with 3.9 grams of meth and less than one gram of heroin and charged with two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Police also said they found nine fake $100 bills with Chinese markings on McKay.

Both were taken to the Jamestown City Jail, where they await arraignment.