Cheyenne Crystal Colwell. Cannon Detention Center/Provided

Police say a North Charleston woman was driving Monday afternoon with heroin hidden inside folded lottery tickets, and she also had a stolen Xbox One gaming system in her car.

An officer saw Cheyenne Crystal Colwell, 25, of Midwood Drive, turn left from Dakota Street into the median on Remount Road, according to an incident report.

The officer got behind Colwell and noted that she crossed the double solid lines several times, according to the report.

The officer initiated a traffic stop. The report states Colwell told the officer that she did not have her license on her and that she lied about her name and age.

The officer was given verbal consent to conduct a search and found 6.25 grams of heroin hidden in folded lottery tickets in Colwell’s pants pockets and inside the car, according to the report.

The report states the officer also found an orange pill that turned out to be ecstasy, and a stolen Xbox One.

Colwell was charged with driving under suspension in the second degree, trafficking heroin, possession of stolen property, and providing false information to police.

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