According to court documents, Grand County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Jamison Wiggins pulled over a silver Hyundai traveling east on Interstate 70 on Jan. 1 for following too closely behind a semi trailer and for having a GPS unit suction-cupped to the middle of the windshield, obstructing the driver’s view. Wiggins spoke with the driver, identified as Joshua Perez, who admitted that his driver’s license was suspended. While talking with Perez, Wiggins noticed a quantity of loose pills visible in the center console, and asked Perez to exit the vehicle. A search of the car yielded approximately 4,000 fentanyl pills, 1,000 oxycodone pills, 500 Norco pills (a prescription drug that contains opioids), and 2.8 pounds of heroin. Perez is being charged with four second-degree felony counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, as well as three traffic infractions including following another vehicle too close, operating a vehicle with a visual obstruction on the windshield, and driving without a valid license. Perez is currently detained at the Grand County Jail.