A man was arrested recently after deputies found over 200 fentanyl pills and other drugs. Yavapai County Sheriff’s officials say deputies were sent to a home in Camp Verde regarding a fraud complaint. The victim suspected 26-year-old Lance Suer was committing identity theft and opened up a credit card in his name. Deputies obtained a credit card statement showing most of the purchases were in the Rimrock area. The following week deputies saw store video of a man matching Suer’s description at the store. He was arrested on fraud charges last Friday. During the arrest he was in possession of two grams of meth. Detectives had knowledge from the public the Suer sold drugs. A search warrant of his house found the pills, a half-ounce of heroin, half-ounce of cocaine, 13 LSD tabs and fake Zanax piolls. He has been booked on multiple counts of drug possession and possession of drugs for sale, among other charges. He remains in custody on $50-thousand bond.