A man has been arrested after over 400 fentanyl-based pills were found in his Rimrock home. Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies, along with detectives from Partner’s Against Narcotics Trafficking, went to the home of 29-year-old Andrew Herrera with a search warrant recently. During the investigation, detectives confirmed the sale of more than 40 pills by Herrera. In a search of the home, detectives found Herrera in possession of 368 pills marked “M/30.” He was also in possession of 19 grams of cocaine and along with two, one-gram packages found in his wallet. Herrera was booked into the Camp Verde Detention Center on drug charges. He remains in jail on $50-thousand dollars bond.