U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents busted a woman traveling with two children near Yuma, Arizona with 90 pounds of methamphetamine in her vehicle.

According to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection press release, agents at the Blythe Station arrested the 31-year-old woman at the immigration checkpoint on Highway 78 north of Yuma, Arizona on Wednesday

Officials said the woman is a U.S. citizen, but have not disclosed her identity.

CBP Agents made the arrest after a K-9  narcotics-detection dog detected the presence of drugs in the vehicle prompting officers to conduct a more detailed search, which uncovered 83 packages of methamphetamine in the trunk of the vehicle.

Border Patrol officials say the drugs had an estimated street value of more than $267,000.

Agents arrested the woman on narcotics smuggling, charges and handed custody of the suspect, vehicle, and drugs over to the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Imperial County office who arrived on scene.

The children were placed in the custody of Child Protective Services.