A Mays Landing woman was arrested after Atlantic City police found her with cocaine, heroin and marijuana, police said Monday.

Danielle Neyers, 28, faces three counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and two counts of intent to distribute after officers smelled marijuana in the car she was in during a traffic stop Saturday, police said.

At 10:28 a.m., Officers Jacob Abbruscato and La’Quay Green responded to a citizen’s complaint there were two people in a car with drugs near Morris and Pacific avenues, according to a police statement. Police said they located the car and talked to the two people, identified as James Waugh, the driver, and Neyers.

After smelling the marijuana, Neyers was found in possession of 19 grams of marijuana, 35 grams of cocaine and 10 bags of heroin, police said.

Neyers was released with a summons.

Waugh was cited for driving with an expired license, police said.

John DeRosier 

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