Sytrus Dianne Wharton, 31 of Rome, was arrested this week after police said they stopped her for driving without a working headlight and in the process officers said they found her to be in possession of drugs.

Police said that during the stop they detected the smell of marijuana inside the vehicle, thus leading to the search.

They added that they found a “Bob Marley” marijuana grinder and a pill bottle, which contained twelve pills used to treat Attention Deficit Disorder. They also found that the license tag on the vehicle belonged to another vehicle.

Wharton was charged with possession of a schedule two controlled substance, possession of drugs not in the original container, possession of drug-related objects, acquiring a license plate for the purpose of concealing the identity of a vehicle, and improper headlights.