A Yavapai County jury found a Flagstaff man guilty of drug charges stemming from an August 2022 arrest in Rimrock. A jury found 52-year-old Kenneth Shawn Frasard guilty Friday of possession of meth for sale, possession of fentanyl for sale, possession of marijuana for sale and misconduct involving weapons. Frasard was arrested after Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking, or PANT, conducted a comprehensive investigation into alleged drug sales in Rimrock. After Frasard was arrested, PANT found 155 fentanyl pills and multiple large knives in his truck. They also recovered 80 grams of meth, four ounces of marijuana and multiple scales in Frasard’s house. Text messages found on his cell phone demonstrated his intent to sell those drugs. Frasard will be sentenced on November 22nd in Yavapai County Superior Court. He has an extensive felony record and committed the drug crimes with a warrant issued for his arrest. Frasard is facing a minimum of 12-and-a-half years in prison.