On October 27th, 2019 at around 2 am, Deland Officers were clearing another call when they noticed a vehicle driving down the road with out a headlight. Deland Officers conducted a traffic stop and approached the driver. Officers immediately noticed the driver holding a prescription bottle between her legs and a bag of a green leafy substance on the passenger side seat. The officers asked the driver to see the prescription bottle , the bottle appeared to be for Oxycodone, but had a suspicious looking baggie inside of it. The officer asked the driver to please hand him the prescription bottle at which time the driver refused. The driver was asked to exit the vehicle and at this time became very fidgety and appeared to be trying to conceal something. When the driver was out of the vehicle she became very agitated and continued to move around a lot and appeared to be very nervous. Officers attempted to place the driver in handcuffs and at which time she began to resist. It was at this time that the driver shoved the prescription bottle down the back of her pants unbeknownst to officers. The drivers continued to pull away and become very uncooperative with the officers on scene. A female Deputy was called to do a pat down of the now suspect and during the pat down the deputy located the pill bottle down her pants. The Deputy tried to remove the pill bottle and it is at this time that the suspect kicked one of the Deland Officers in the groin area. The bottle was eventually retrieved. A search of the vehicle yielded several empty Suboxin Baggies. The pill bottle narcotics were tested and tested positive for cocaine. During the testing of the cocaine one of the officers began to cough uncontrollably so they tested the cocaine for fentanyl which it did come back positive for. Also located where several pills of MDMA. Once the suspect was placed in the vehicle she attempted to kick the back bars out of the vehicle back seat and spit all over the seat. She was placed in a spit mask and hobble during transfer to the jail. She was successfully booked into VCSO.