A Kennebunk woman is facing multiple charges after police found more than a pound of marijuana and other drugs in her car during a traffic stop in Dayton.

Trooper Adam Schmidt stopped a Volkswagen Jetta on Murch Road in Dayton on Tuesday afternoon and smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the car, according to police. During a search of the car, the trooper found more than a pound of marijuana, 10.6 ounces of Psilocybin mushrooms, 2 grams of shatter (concentrated THC), 1 gram of ecstasy, seven strips of LSD and a digital scale.

The driver, Kathryn Lapierre of Kennebunk, also had a small amount of marijuana in her pocket. Police say Lapierre did not have a medical marijuana card.

Lapierre was arrested on charges of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs and unlawful trafficking in Schedule X drugs (Psilocybin mushrooms). Police expect she will be indicted on additional charges of two counts of unlawful possession of Schedule W drug, unlawful possession of Schedule X drug and use of drug paraphernalia.

Lapierre was taken to York County Jail where her bail was set at $5,060.