333 heroin packets have been found in a woman's bra in a shocking drug bust in Morris County, New Jersey earlier this week.
On Monday, 52-year-old Kim Decker was pulled over close to Rockaway Township by police after they saw her driving "erratically" at about 1.30 p.m. ET.
When Decker pulled over to the side of the road, two passengers got out of the vehicle, and police report that they spotted a wax fold, which is commonly used to hold heroin.
They began questioning Decker, and although she initially refused to give up her secret, she eventually confessed to hiding more than 300 packets of heroin in her bra. Later, a police search conducted by a female officer revealed that she in fact had as many as 333 packets of the drug stuffed down her bra.
Assorted drug paraphernalia was also found in Decker's vehicle.
Upon further investigation police found that neither Decker nor any of the passengers in the car possessed a valid driver's license, and Decker's Honda Accord was impounded.
The woman has now been charged with possession of heroin and possession of heroin with intent to distribute.
Decker was taken to the Morris County Correctional Facility where she was set bail at $50,000.
One of the other passengers in the car was also charged with possession with intent to distribute, and the other was issued a court date but his charges were not immediately made clear.
Earlier this week 26 other people were arrested in New Jersey for their involvement in a heroin distribution network, according to reports.