Police: Woman caught speeding in school zone had drugs, thousands in cash strapped to her body

EDMOND, Okla. - Traffic stops are like a box of chocolates - you never know what you're going to get.

Edmond police said it all began near 15th and Pine, near Edmond Memorial High School.

Last week, a car was pulled over for doing 37 in a 25 mile per hour zone.

According to the police report, the car "smelled of very fresh marijuana."

A K-9 officer did a sniff test and hit on the passenger, Kristina Wilson.

"We found marijuana in the car. We found it strapped to her. She had a pill bottle stuck in her bra with drugs inside, ACE bandages wrapped around her body with marijuana inside and she also had marijuana stuffed in her pants," said Jenny Wagnon, spokesperson for the Edmond Police Department.

Police also found a treasure trove of cash - $15,000, hidden from plain view.

"She had ACE bandages around her midsection, two envelopes with $15,000 total," Wagnon said.

Investigators said the money had been withdrawn from Bank of America, using fake ID's and credit cards.

Wagnon said it's all part of a much larger crime ring from California.

"This is what they were sent here to do, to use these stolen IDs to get cash. It's a business. They are very professional in how they operate this," she said.

Edmond's fraud detective is investigating and has already linked Wilson to ID theft and fraud in Florida, Minnesota, North Dakota, North Carolina and now Oklahoma.

She allegedly hit one bank alone for $183,000.

Police said speeding through a school zone was the least of her crimes.