A March 11 traffic stop led to the arrest of a 30-year-old Fort Worth woman on a felony drug arrest in Glen Rose, according to Somervell County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Dwayne Griffin.

Daleanna Hodge faces a state jail felony charge after deputies searched the vehicle she had been driving and “produced drug paraphernalia and a sizeable amount of marijuana,” according to a news release from the Sheriff’s Office.

The exact amount of marijuana found was not released, but the state jail felony category is for amounts greater than 4 ounces and less than 5 pounds.

The traffic stop was at about 11 p.m. in the 1400 block of NE Barnard Street in Glen Rose.

“Upon approaching the vehicle a strong smell of marijuana could be detected by the deputies as they stood outside the vehicle,” the news release states. “A driver license check revealed the female occupant, Daleanna Hodge of Ft. Worth, had multiple warrants from Police agencies in Arlington and Crowley.

“Ms. Hodge was placed under arrest for the warrants from other agencies and the felony charge (possession of marijuana).

Hodge was booked into the Somervell County Jail without incident, according to Griffin.