Officials with the Larimer County Sheriff's Office say four people have been arrested and hundreds of fentanyl pills and other drugs found in recent arrests in southwest Fort Collins.

That's according to a post on the agency's Facebook page. According to the post. According to the post, the case began when the sheriff's office as well as Fort Collins Police and the Northern Colorado Drug Task Force were looking for 38-year-old Billy Lopez on several outstanding warrants.

They found him at a home in the 2300 block of West County Road 38E. He was arrested on the following charges:

Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute (DF1)
Possession of Fentanyl with Intent to Distribute (DF1)
Special Offender – 2 counts (DF1)
Possession of Heroin with Intent to Distribute (DF3)
Possession of Imitation Controlled Substances with Intent to Distribute (DF4)
First Degree Assault on a Peace Officer (F3)
Possession of a Weapon by a Previous Offender – 2 counts (F5)
Unlawfully Carrying a Concealed Weapon (M1)
Resisting Arrest (M2)
Felony Warrant: Failure to Comply – Vehicular Eluding
Felony Warrant: Robbery (F4), Theft (F5), Third Degree Assault (M1), Menacing (M1)
Investigators served a search warrant at the home, and they say they found a 1/4 pound of meth, almost 8oo fentanyl pills, heroin, suspected LSD and two guns, one of which had been stolen.
The following people were arrested:
Meryl Tewell (DOB 02/05/82)
Felony Warrant: Failure to Appear – Possession Controlled Substance (DM1), Possession Fentanyl (DF4), Obstruction (M1)
Misdemeanor Warrant: Failure to Comply – Criminal Possession of an Identification Document
Tewell was issued a combined $275 cash bond.
Josiah Trujillo-Guarneros (10/30/77)
Misdemeanor Warrant: Unauthorized Absence (M2)
Misdemeanor Warrant: Failure to Appear – Criminal Mischief (M2)
Misdemeanor Warrant: Failure to Appear – Criminal Impersonation
Department of Corrections (DOC) Warrant
Due to the DOC warrant, Trujillo-Guarneros is not eligible for bond at this time.
Angela Valdivia (DOB 10/07/64)
Tampering with Physical Evidence – 2 counts (F6)
Possession of Methamphetamine (DM1)
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (DPO)
Valdivia was issued a $5,200 Personal Recognizance bond.

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