ARDSLEY – An Oneida woman is among four facing drug charges Wednesday after officials performed a traffic stop on Interstate 87, according to the New York State Police.

At about 5:02 p.m., police stopped a vehicle for a vehicle and traffic violation, officials said.

Officials said during the interviewing of the driver, Joshua D. Allen, 25, of Augusta, ME, probable cause to search the vehicle and its occupants was established.

During the subsequent search of the driver and his passengers: Kayla L. Obrien, 25, of Chelsea, ME; Anisha N. Lockhart, 23, of Oneida; and Aaron J. Bazemore, 27, of New York City; police found a total of 19.78 grams of marijuana, a syringe containing heroin, a glass smoking device containing burnt crack residue and approximately 194.02 grams of ketamine.

All four subjects were taken into custody, transported and processed at Tarrytown, where they each were subsequently charged with:

• Third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance (Bazemore)

• Fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance (All four)

• Fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance (Allen, Obrien, Lockhart)

• Seventh-degree criminal possession of controlled substance (Obrien)

• Unlawful possession of marijuana (Allen, Bazemore)

• Second-degree criminal use of drug paraphernalia (Allen, Obrien, Bazemore)

• Vehicle and traffic violations (Allen only)

All four subjects were arraigned in the Village of Ardsley Court, officials said.

Joshua D. Allen and Kayla L. Obrien were sent to the Westchester County Jail in lieu of $10,000 cash or $20,000 bond, officials said, and Aaron J. Bazemore and Anisha N. Lockhart were sent in lieu of $25,000 cash or $50,000 bond.

No return court date information available at this time, officials said.