Brownwood police arrested a woman on three felonies and a misdemeanor charge early Saturday morning after an officer smelled marijuana in a parked car.
    Tiffany Herrera, 23, of Brownwood, was booked into the Brown County Jail on charges of possession of a controlled substance, prohibited substance in a correctional facility, unlawfully carrying a weapon and possession of marijuana, Brown County Jail records state.
    According to an email from Brownwood police:
    Officer Roberto Rodriguez made contact with several occupants of a stopped vehicle in the parking lot of the 7-Eleven store at Fourth and Indian Creek.
    Upon contact, Rodriguez detected a strong odor of suspected burnt marijuana. All three occupants of the vehicle were identified and Herrera confirmed that remnants of marijuana were by the passenger seat inside the vehicle. Herrera allegedly admitted to possessing that substance along with a Ziploc baggy of suspected marijuana.
    Officers located a 9 mm pistol inside her purse, which led to the weapons charge.
    At the jail, Herrera told jail staff she had cocaine hidden in her clothing.