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Several different types of drugs allegedly found inside Edmond woman’s car during traffic stop

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Carrie Campbell, Department of Corrections mugshot from 2001

EDMOND, Okla. – An Edmond woman is facing charges after police allegedly found several different types of drugs inside her car during a traffic stop.

Around 9 p.m. on Oct. 19, a police officer said he pulled an Edmond woman over after she made an improper right turn.

During the traffic stop, the officer called a K9 to the scene to conduct a free air sniff of the vehicle.

When the dog gave a positive alert for the presence of the odor of narcotics in the vehicle, the woman was detained while police searched her car, court documents state.

As police searched the car, they allegedly found two patches of Fentanyl inside the woman’s purse.

Fentanyl is meant for patients with extreme, debilitating pain, but experts say it has been linked to dozens of deaths in our state.

“Fentanyl is very, very powerful. In some cases, it can be several times stronger than just traditional opiates,” said Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics spokesman Mark Woodward.

Court documents also show police found methamphetamine, heroin, a scale, baggies and some syringes inside the woman’s trunk.

When the woman was placed under arrest, officers found about $14,240 inside her vest.

Carrie Lynn Campbell, 45, was arrested and transported to the Edmond jail.

On Dec. 6, she was charged with trafficking in illegal drugs, possession of drug proceeds, possession of a controlled dangerous substance, and possession of dug paraphernalia.