CARBON COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – A man is facing several charges, including attempted murder after he allegedly shot at another vehicle in Carbon County.

The Carbon County Attorney’s Office has identified the suspect as James Desean Lockard, 28, from Washington.

Authorities say Lockard was first pulled over on April 10 after police received reports of shots fired.

After pulling Lockard over, police searched his vehicle and found a variety of illegal substances including over 50 fentanyl pills inside a handgun lock case, charging documents show.

Officers say the amount of pills Lockard possessed “is far more than is used by a typical drug addict in a short period.”

Officers believe the large amount of drugs discovered points to an intention to sell and distribute the drugs.

Authorities also found $2,800.00 in cash during the search.

Lockard is facing 11 charges including attempted murder, felony discharge of a firearm, possession of a controlled substance, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and more.