Last week Friday, members of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team were patrolling near Highway 111 South when they pulled a vehicle over for careless and reckless driving. During the traffic stop, deputies suspected the driver may be involved in criminal activity. Several items of narcotics and a firearm were allegedly found during a search of the vehicle. The driver, 33-year-old Megan A. Radford of Goldsboro, was also suspected of being impaired. The DWI Task Force was contacted to conduct a field sobriety test. At the conclusion of the test, Radford was arrested for Trafficking Opium (two counts), Possession of Methamphetamine, Carrying a Concealed Gun, and DWI. She was given a $65,000 secured bond.