Dee Lamar Metcalf, 45, of 376 Walton Circle, Mosheim, was charged Friday by sheriff’s deputies with possession of a Schedule II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving on a revoked or suspended license and public intoxication. Deputies received a call about a man passed out in a truck in the parking lot of the Creekside Market on Asheville Highway. Metcalf’s head “was slumped over and the vehicle was running,” Deputy Mark Crum said in a report. A clear plastic bag next to Metcalf on the driver’s seat contained suspected methamphetamine, the report said. Also recovered were used syringes and a small plastic bag. Metcalf gave deputies a Tennessee identification card. A records check showed that Metcalf’s driver’s license is revoked or suspended. Metcalf, who had slurred speech while speaking with deputies, was allegedly “endangering or unreasonably annoying people in the vicinity,” the report said. Bond for Metcalf was set at $7,500 pending a first scheduled appearance today in court.

Stephen W. Anderson, 25, of 200 Plainview Heights Circle, was arrested Friday by Greeneville police on charges of theft under $1,000, criminal impersonation and issued active warrants for failure to appear and violation of probation. Anderson was standing next to a car in a plaza in the 700 block of West Andrew Johnson Highway when he was taken into custody. He allegedly gave police a false name. His identity was confirmed at the Greene County jail, Officer Bryan Wright said in a report. On Feb. 12, Anderson allegedly shoplifted merchandise including a socket set, a tool box and a safe from Wal-Mart after leaving the store through the tire aisle without paying and getting into a car that drove out of the parking lot, the report said. The merchandise is valued at about $500. Anderson is shown on a loss prevention video taking the items and leaving the store, the report said. Anderson was held without bond pending a first scheduled appearance today in court.

Chelcie Blair-Walls, 25, of 200 Plainview Heights Circle, was charged Friday by Greeneville police with possession of a Schedule II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, criminal impersonation and issued an active warrant for failure to appear. Police responded to a plaza in the 700 block of West Andrew Johnson Highway looking for a man sought on arrest warrants. Blair-Walls allegedly gave police a false name and date of birth, Officer Justin House said in a report. Her identity was confirmed after officers saw a previous intake photo from the Greene County jail. Consent was given to search Blair-Walls’ car. Officers looked in the glove box and found three syringes, a spoon with residue, a digital scale and six plastic bags containing a total of 1.22 grams of suspected methamphetamine, the report said. A bag in a container found on the floorboard of the car held a cut straw with residue and a wallet containing $480 in $20 bills, the report said. Blair-Walls was held on no bond pending a first scheduled appearance today in court.

Kevin Emmanuel Jerome, 22, of Powder Springs, Ga., was served a capias bench warrant Friday on charges of three counts of sexual battery, two counts of attempted rape and two counts of aggravated burglary.The crimes were allegedly committed on May 1, 2016. The capias warrant was issued in 2016 after indictment on the charges by a Greene County Grand Jury. Bond was set at $50,000 for Jerome.

Naomi Dominque Smalls, 25, of Philadelphia, Pa., was served warrants Friday by sheriff’s deputies at the Greene County jail charging her with nine counts of forgery and theft under $500. Smalls allegedly stole a checkbook out of a Mulberry Road mailbox on April 4, 2016, and subsequently cashed nine checks at a local bank, most made out in her name for $750, reports said. Bond for Smalls was set at $23,000 pending a first scheduled appearance today in court.

Joseph D. Miller, 49, of 1453 Kinser Blvd., was charged Friday by Greeneville police with aggravated assault.

Police investigated a domestic assault call at the Kinser Park address and spoke with the “extremely upset” alleged victim, Officer Shawn Hinkle said in a report. The alleged victim told police she was choked and struck on the back of the head. She had marks on her throat,” the report said. Miller left before police arrived and was located a short time later at a Greeneville bar. He was held on no bond pending a first scheduled appearance today in court.

Tyler Dale Melton, 21, of 140 Debusk Road, was charged early Saturday by sheriff’s deputies with domestic violence and vandalism. Melton was released from jail Friday night, picked up by a relative and taken home, Deputy Billy Walters said in a report. Melton became angry because he could not pick up a Suboxone prescription and allgeedly turned a heater over inside the house before going outside and breaking a tail light and a mirror on the alleged victim’s car, the report said. The alleged victim feared for her safety and called deputies. Melton was held on no bond pending a first scheduled appearance today in court.

Jesse Devon Wilhoit, 27, of 566 Hartman Lane, was charged Friday by sheriff’s deputies with domestic assault. Wilhoit allegedly placed a relative in fear of his safety during an argument, threatening bodily harm to the alleged victim. Wilhoit was held on no bond pending a first scheduled appearance today in court.

Two large jugs full of change were stolen between Jan. 20 and Feb. 21 from a house in the 600 block of Kidwell School Road, sheriff’s Deputy Anthony Pruitt said in a report. The victim told deputies she had been away from the house and nurses from a private company took care of another resident. The victim returned home on the night of Feb. 20 and noticed the jugs were missing the next morning. About $300 in change was stolen, the report said.