A Colorado man has been sentenced to eight years in prison in connection with transporting a large amount of meth and fentanyl through Yavapai County. Sheriff’s deputies seized ten pounds of meth and hundreds of fentanyl pills during a traffic stop near Cordes Lakes. The driver, 52-year-old Timothy Milliard appeared nervous during a discussion with the deputy. When the deputy asked to search the car, Milliard refused. The deputy then deployed K9 “Vader” to sniff around the outside of the car. The dog alerted deputies to the trunk. Inside was a food bag that contained ten, one-pound packages of meth. Further search of the vehicle revealed 500 blue pills containing fentanyl. Milliard pled guilty to charges back on July 8th and was sentenced on Monday.