Two men were taken into custody Thursday as fugitives from justice in separate actions by law enforcement.
Both men are wanted by authorities in Virginia.
Nathan Shaw Harmon, 36, of 1055 Downey Road, Chuckey, was taken into custody at his home, sheriff's Sgt. David Beverly said in a report.
A records check showed that Harmon is wanted in connection with 10 felony counts of larceny in Washington County, Va.
The Washington County (Va.) Sheriff's Department indicated "they would extradite him back to their state," the report said.
Harmon was being held on no bond and was scheduled to appear this morning in General Sessions Court.
Anthony Scott Sutton, 37, of 1670 Chuckey Hwy., was found to have active arrest warrants out of Virginia after he attempted to get guns back from the Korner Pawn Shop on East Bernard Avenue, Greeneville police Officer Tina Jeffers said in a report.
A pawn shop employee ran a warrants check on Sutton and was notified by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation that "he did have active warrants from Virginia," the report said.
Sutton, who is being held in the Greene County Detention Center pending extradition, was scheduled to appear this morning in General Sessions Court.