Cops: Ex-Astronaut Had Pills, Sex Photos

A police search of former astronaut Lisa Nowak's car turned up bondage photos on a computer disk, U.S. and British currency and pills, according to documents released Tuesday by prosecutors.

A judge last week agreed to unseal some of the documents in the Nowak's case. She is accused of trying to kidnap a rival for a space shuttle pilot's affections.

"This new package is mostly an accounting of evidence that was collected from Lisa Nowak at the time of her arrest, everything from credit cards to nearly $600 in cash, the weapons, of course, the pellet gun, the pepper spray, rubber gloves, the disguise, that sort of thing," reports CBS News correspondent Peter King.

Nearly all of the 16 images found on the disk depicted bondage scenes, according to a forensic examination report by the Orlando Police Department. Some of the images showed a nude woman while others were drawings.

The documents did not make clear whether Nowak was the woman in the photos or to whom the disks belonged.

Also found were nearly $600, 41 British pounds and four brown paper towels with 69 orange pills. State law enforcement are testing the pills to determine what they are, authorities said.

Investigators also examined two USB drives found in the car that contained family pictures, digital movies and NASA-related materials.

They concluded that information found on the disk (including the bondage images) and the two USB drives did not have any direct evidence related to the attempted kidnapping, the report said.

Nowak's attorney, Donald Lykkebak, declined to comment Tuesday on the newly released documents.

Nowak was arrested in February after police say she drove from Houston to Florida to confront Air Force Capt. Colleen Shipman. Authorities have said Nowak had an affair with Shipman's boyfriend, Bill Oefelein. She pepper-sprayed Shipman through a partially lowered car window, an arrest affidavit said.

Nowak, 43, pleaded not guilty to attempted kidnapping, burglary with assault and battery. NASA released Nowak from the astronaut corps a month after her arrest. Her trial has been moved to September.

Oefelein remains in the astronaut corps, and is eligible for assignment to a future mission, said James Hartsfield, a space agency spokesman.