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GEORGETOWN, Ky. (FOX 56) – A woman with multiple charges gave Georgetown police a false name on March 19 during a traffic stop.

According to the Georgetown Police Department, while stopped by police on Connector Road, Belinda Reardon gave officers a false name before they discovered her true identity.

Reardon had several active Kentucky warrants, according to a Facebook post made by the department.

Police said she admitted to concealing heroin on her person while she was being arrested.

Reardon is charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree (heroin), drug paraphernalia, giving an officer false identifying information, and theft of identity without consent.

(Georgetown Police Department)