A weekend traffic stop, prompted by a driver not wearing a seat belt, has resulted in a 17-year-old girl facing drug charges in Indian River County.
According to the sheriff's office, during the traffic stop the deputy said there was a strong odor of marijuana and the occupants admitted smoking in the vehicle.
When they searched the vehicle, they found 100 Xanax pills concealed in a wallet. At the Indian River County Jail, 80 grams of crack cocaine were located in the girl's dress.
The sheriff's office did not release any other details about the case.