WAGONER, Okla. — A Racine woman was arrested after being pulled over in Oklahoma with 105 pounds of marijuana on Tuesday.
According to the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office, a K-9 deputy pulled the woman over for an expired tag. The driver was identified as Penny Feucht of Racine.
As the deputy was speaking with Feucht, officials say a strong odor of marijuana was emitting from the car. The deputy then asked her to exit the vehicle and his K-9 partner was deployed.
The K-9 alerted to the vehicle and the deputy began to search the vehicle. The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office says a total of six duffle bags and suitcases containing about 105 pounds of marijuana were discovered.
According to the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office, Feucht was knowingly transporting and in possession of over 25 pounds of marijuana. She did not possess a valid Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card.
She was taken into custody for trafficking marijuana and transported to the Wagoner County Detention Center.