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Driving around without license plates is definitely cause for a traffic stop, as one Utah woman found out. But her day was about to get a lot worse.

Police pulled over Heather Garcia for the missing tags early Saturday morning, finding drug paraphernalia and a white powdery substance inside the vehicle.

Because she had several outstanding warrants out, the 38-year-old tried claiming she was instead her 21-year-old daughter, which, of course, didn’t work.

Now Garcia is looking at several new charges, including providing false personal information to a peace officer as well as driving without insurance and driving with a suspended or revoked license or registration plus the drug charges.

READ THE FULL STORY HERE (and check out this mugshot)!

Woman tries to avoid drug charges by impersonating her daughter

Heather Garcia, 38, was arrested on Saturday in Davis County, Utah, police said She was pulled over after officer noticed her BMW didn't have a license plate Garcia reportedly told police her name was Mercedes and she was born in 1998 Officers soon figured out that Garcia had given them