A Yavapai County Sheriff’s K9 deputy seized over one-million dollars of meth and fentanyl pills found in a van that was being transported by a car transport service recently. Deputies pulled over a semitruck transporting a load of cars near Cordes Junction for equipment violations Wednesday. During the stop, the deputy noticed some inconsistencies and used his K9 to search the cars. The dog alerted the deputy to a van on the trailer. Deputies found 203 pounds of packaged meth and 28-thousand fentanyl pills inside a toolbox located in the back of the van. The investigation is still active and no arrests have been made. Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking is handling the investigation.