An Oklahoma County Sheriff's deputy arrested a woman for the possession of meth during a traffic stop on Saturday in Harrah.
According to the Sheriff's office, the deputy pulled over a car with an expired license plate at S. Harrah Road and S.E. 15th Street.
The deputy said the driver, 41-year-old Barbara Faye King, became very nervous when he spoke to her. There was an open container of beer in the center console. The deputy said King did not have insurance and the 2014 decal on the car had been reported stolen out of Midwest City.
There were also two children under the age of 10 in the back seat.
The deputy then searched the vehicle and found a hidden compartment with several empty zip-lock baggies. He also found a hairspray can that contained nearly 15 grams of meth.
King was then taken into custody on several charges, including possession of CDS with intent to distribute, possession of drugs in the presence of minor, possession of drug proceeds and drug paraphernalia, possession of stolen property, and more.
King was released from jail on Sunday after posting $38,500 bail, according to the Sheriff's office.