PANT DETECTIVES MAKE ANOTHER MAJOR DRUG BUST IN RIMROCK
On August 12th at a little before 6 p.m. PANT detectives (Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking), along with the Yavapai County Quick Response Team served a search warrant at 5355 N Dave Wingfield Rd in Rimrock. Detectives had received information that the resident Kenneth Frasard was selling fentanyl and meth, and that he had a large quantity of illicit drugs at his residence. Frasard’s girlfriend, Lorain Cramer, who also resides at the residence and is a known user was also arrested. Both subjects also had outstanding felony arrest warrants.
During the search detectives found just shy of a quarter pound of meth, approximately 100 fentanyl pills, Lysergic acid diethylamide or “LSD”, 4 oz of marijuana in a case prepackaged for sale and containing a digital scale, as well as drug paraphernalia such as packaging materials, digital scales and items consistent with illegal drugs sales. Frasard and Cramer and Lorain were booked on several drug charges and their warrants. Two other individuals at the residence were booked on paraphernalia charges.
PANT’s efforts continue to keep dangerous drugs off the streets and offenders out of our communities.