Volusia County deputies uncovered a mobile meth lab during a traffic stop, finding drugs all over the car, on the pair riding in the car and even in the woman's private parts, according to officials.
Deputies said Alyssa Ainsworth, 22, was driving with a suspended license when authorities pulled her over on Friday afternoon and found contents of a mobile methamphetamine lab in the trunk of the car.
According to deputies, authorities also discovered meth in Ainsworth's purse and in a container hanging out of her "private area," the report states. Deputies also found drugs on Ronald Stidd, 20, Ainsworth's passenger.
Ainsworth has been charged with manufacture of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, tampering with physical evidence and two additional drug charges for possession of prescription pills. She was booked into jail on $56,500 bond.
Stidd has been charged with possession of methamphetamine and was booked into jail on $2,000 bond.