West Virginia State Police in Braxton County arrested a woman who they said was trying to ship several pounds of drugs through the mail.

Troopers said Rebecca Shaver, 34, mailed a package full of drugs to her aunt's house in Sutton. The package was sent from Colorado.

According to troopers, the package contained 5 pounds of marijuana, 2.6 pounds of meth and THC wax. The drugs are worth an estimated $170,000.

Shaver told troopers she had the package shipped to her aunt's house because she didn't have a permanent address.

On Friday, troopers received word of the package and dressed as Fed Ex delivery drivers and delivered the package. That is when they made the arrest.

Shaver is charged with possession with the intent to deliver marijuana, possession with the intent to deliver meth and conspiracy to commit a felony. She is being held in the Central Regional Jail on $50,000 bond.

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