If you insist on traveling with a stun gun, brass knuckles, oh and drugs, lots of drugs you may want to make sure you're vehicle inspection is up to date.

A Hudson Valley woman has been arrested after a routine traffic stop turned into a drug bust. According to State Police Staci Dennison was stopped yesterday on Route 209 in Wurtsboro for an expired inspection sticker. During the stop Dennision openly admitted to being in possession of a stun gun and a set of metal knuckles.Unusual items for every day commuting but possibly necessary when you're in possession of large amounts of narcotics and other drugs.

Police say they then attempted to take the Port Jervis women into custody but she began to resist arrest and tried to hide the stash. A subsequent search recovered various amounts of MDMA (ecstasy), bath salts which are used as a stimulant, marijuana and approximately 110 decks of heroin.

The 42 year-old has been charged with two counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third degree (Class B felony), two counts of Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Third degree (Class D felony), Tampering with Physical Evidence (Class E felony), Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh degree (Class A misdemeanor), Unlawful Possession of Marihuana (Violation), and Resisting Arrest (Class A misdemeanor).

Dennison was arraigned in the Town of Mamakating Court and remanded to the Sullivan County jail without bail, pending a future court appearance.