PONCHATOULA, La. (BRPROUD) – The Ponchatoula Police Department has booked a Greenwell Springs woman after she was allegedly found with a stolen vehicle and drugs.

The police received a call on Monday afternoon from a rental car company in Baton Rouge about a stolen vehicle that was pinging at an address on N. 12th Street in Ponchatoula. Officers verified that the vehicle was in fact stolen and was able to locate it at the given address.

Officers found Rhiannon Adkins-Woods in the driver’s seat. The police department says that she admitted to having the vehicle and was taken into custody. A free air sweep was conducted on the vehicle by Flash, a K9, due to the strong smell of narcotics coming from the vehicle. Officers allegedly located a backpack containing suspected marijuana, crack cocaine, heroin, multiple empty plastic baggies, and a digital scale.

Adkins-Woods was booked into the Tangipahoa Parish Jail for possession of the stolen property, possession with intent to distribute Schedule I CDS, and possession with intent to distribute Schedule II CDS.