Alicia L. Hunt, 34, was arrested after deputies searched the premises of her home and found 29.2 grams of crack cocaine, according to a sheriff's report.
Also in the home was 0.6 grams of marijuana and 0.5 grams of Vicodin.
Hunt is charged with trafficking cocaine, maintaining a drug dwelling, simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance and trafficking hydrocodone.
"The residence had been under surveillance for a while," Sheriff Shep Jones said.
After months of surveilling Hunt's property and an undercover operation, the department had gathered enough evidence to serve a warrant, according to Jones.
The Sheriff said the quantity of crack cocaine was significant, and that its street value was probably around $3,000.
Jones gave credit to the investigators who worked on the case, and to the six officers that served the warrant.
Hunt is in Scotland County jail under a $250,000 bond.
This is not Hunt's first run-in with the law.
Hunt was previously convicted of resisting arrest, drunk and disorderly conduct, driving while intoxicated, larceny, communicating threats and second degree trespassing, according to the North Carolina Department of Corrections Offender Public Information.