An officer noticed a glass pipe in the car's ashtray, prompting him to ask Gunderson to get out of the car. He then searched the vehicle, finding a blue rubber band on the driver's seat, a foil and needle inside her wallet, a baggie with white powder and a plastic container with brown chunks.
Gunderson admitted the brown substance was "Boi," slang for heroin. The white powder later tested positive for meth and the brown tested positive for heroin.
Gunderson was charged with possession of meth, possession of narcotic drugs, and possession of drug paraphernalia. She faces a maximum sentence of just over seven years if convicted of all charges.