Published: Jul 02, 2014 3:37 PM EDT

NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla.- Lee County Sheriff's deputies arrested three people after a traffic stop led to the discovery of a large amount of drugs in the vehicle on Monday.

Seodorian Gloster, 26; Jaclyn Wray, 28; and Anthony Grace, 45, are now facing various charges of drug possession and trafficking.

According to the arrest report, deputies stopped a Toyota Camry on Pondella Rd. that ran a stop sign. Four people inside the vehicle appeared to be panicking, and the front seat passenger was ducking. All of the occupants were asked to exit the vehicle. In doing so, deputies saw a Ziploc box in plain view, with suspected narcotics inside, that Gloster was allegedly trying to conceal.

Wray, who had been driving the vehicle, appeared to be concealing something in her waistband. When asked about it, deputies say Wray pulled out needles, baggies and a Hydrochloride pill.

Grace, a passenger in the vehicle, was reportedly found with crack cocaine in his pants, after consenting to a search.

A K9 alerted to narcotics in the vehicle and the report said a search yielded the following:

  • 44 Oxycodone pills
  • 4.2 grams of crystal meth
  • 20.5 grams of MDMA
  • 5.4 grams of heroin
  • 45.6 grams of cocaine
  • numerous plastic bags commonly used for packaging narcotics

Deputies also said they found $1,529 in $20 increments on Gloster, which is consistent with narcotic sales. 

A third passenger is not facing charges.