WALTON COUNTY, Fla. (WMBB) — A routine traffic stop led state troopers to bust two men on human trafficking charges.

Florida Highway Patrol said the arrest happened on Monday on Interstate 10 near mile marker 74 near DeFuniak Springs.

FHP said troopers noticed an SUV swerving out of its lane, and troopers pulled over the vehicle.

They reportedly found nine people inside the SUV, all from Mexico and in the country illegally.

FHP said the 21-year-old driver, Hugo Lopez-Gomez, received $500 per person to smuggle the group of people into the United States to work.

The 22-year-old passenger, Gamaliel Alvarez-Hernandez, received money to help, according to FHP.

Both men were charged with seven counts of human trafficking and were taken to the Walton County Jail.