NORFOLK, Neb. -- A Montana woman is in custody after being arrested for marijuana and controlled substances in northeast Nebraska on Sunday morning.

Just after midnight on Sunday, a Norfolk Police officer conducted a traffic stop for a stop sign violation at 4th Street and Braasch Avenue, NPD Capt. Michael Bauer said.

The driver was identified as Amber N. Nielsen, 28, of Kalispell, Mont. As the officer spoke with Nielsen he reported that he could smell burning marijuana inside the car. The officer stated that he observed a glass marijuana bong with burnt marijuana residue in it. The bong was reportedly sitting on the floor just below the driver's seat.

According to Bauer, the bong was seized and the car was searched. Officers recovered two commercial plastic bags with marijuana, a marijuana grinder, and several Alprazolam medication pills, which Nielsen did not have a prescription for, Bauer said.

Officers questioned her about the controlled substances and the situation. At the conclusion of the investigation, she was arrested for possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, and possession of a controlled substance. Nielsen was held in the Norfolk City Jail and later transferred to the Madison County Jail.