Wall Township police arrested a Belmar woman for allegedly possessing heroin, crack cocaine and pot, and cuffed her father and another passenger for backing her up when she lied to authorities about her real name.

Cops pulled over 31-year-old Daniela Voltaggio overnight Saturday on Route 35 and said she gave them two false names and provided a driver's license and a credit card to support her story and to hide that she was wanted on five warrants, according to the Asbury Park Press. She also was charged with having hypodermic syringes and drug paraphernalia. In addition, authorities said she was wanted on charges of shoplifting, receiving stolen property, forgery and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Police arrested 56-year-old James Voltaggio, and another passenger, 24-year-old Amanda Stadler of Asbury Park, and charged both of them with hindering an arrest for backing up Daniela Voltaggio when she lied about her real name.