MISSION — A mission woman has been arrested after her storage unit was discovered to have illegal narcotics.

The Mission Police Department received information from the Federal Bureau of Investigation Task Force that a storage facility in Mission may contain illegal narcotics. Further investigation by the police department identified the facility as The Storage Depot, located at 304 West Griffin Parkway.

According to the police report, the manager of the storage facility granted permission for police to be on the premises of the storage facility. A K9 officer was called to the location, and a free air search determined the storage unit in question may contain illegal narcotics.

Police executed a search warrant of the storage unit, and two bags with a white powdery substance were located inside, as well as another bag filled with money.

The report goes on to explain police were able to determine the unit in question had been rented since January 2017 by a woman named Flor Denise Lugo. Photographs of the suspect were also discovered inside the storage unit, as well as records showing the woman entering the unit.

Police determined the unit contained approximately 1.69 kilos of cocaine and $10,685 in US currency.

Lugo was booked and charged with possession of a controlled substance, a $200,000 bond, and money laundering, a $50,000 bond.