STANTON — A 43-year-old Stanton woman was contacted during a traffic stop near Stanton early Saturday and arrested in connection with a variety of drug felonies.

Faith Brayerton was contacted at about 1:40 a.m. on Saturday. During the contact, marijuana, methamphetamine, concentrated THC and drug paraphernalia were located in her vehicle, said Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger.

Brayerton was arrested on the felony drug charges and booked at the sheriff’s office before posting a bond, the sheriff said. She also was cited on suspicion of having no valid driver’s license and driving without lights.

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