A Philadelphia woman was stopped for speeding on Interstate 180 in Loyalsock Township, but that really may be the least of her problems.
It turns out, according to state police, the driver, who also did not have a valid driver's license, had in her Chevrolet Tahoe two unmarked prescription bottles that contained 205 oxycodone pills and 90 Xanax pills.
The driver also has at least two identities: Shareema Moore, 26, and Nichola Dez Hewlett, 40. The trooper's criminal complaint identified her as Moore, but that name never appears in the affidavit, which identified the woman only as Hewlett. She initially identified herself by a third name, which was false, police alleged.
Police said their investigation revealed that the license plate on the Tahoe was stolen. The drugs were discovered after police impounded the vehicle after the vehicle stop on June 21.
Moore, or Hewlett, was arraigned Friday before District Judge Gary A. Whiteman on charges of possession with intent to deliver oxycodone and Xanax, possession of a controlled substance, receiving stolen property, false identity to law enforcement, driving without a license and speeding. She allegedly was going 72 mph in a 55 mph speed zone. She was committed to the Lycoming County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bail.