GRAFTON, W.Va. An alert Taylor County Sheriff’s Department deputy arrested a woman with three children who had an assortment of drugs and an open container over the weekend.

Deputies say they stopped a car driven by Malissa Sampson, 32, after smelling a strong odor of marijuana.

Sampson admitted to smoking marijuana in the car earlier that day at Tygart Lake State Park.

A search of the vehicle yielded five grams of psilocybin mushrooms, four grams of crack cocaine, 20 grams of marijuana, open containers of alcohol, THC gummies, THC chocolate, and a set of digital scales.

In the back seat, deputies said there were three children all within reach of the itmes.

Sampson has been charged with possession of an open container, three counts of possession of controlled substances, and three counts of child neglect.

Sampson is being held in the Tygart Valley Regional Jail on a $33,300 bond.