Donna G. Rambo-Light, 39, of 112 Ricker Ave., was charged Monday morning by Greeneville police with possession of a Schedule II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication. Police received a call about a woman passed out in the bakery of the Ingles supermarket at 509 Asheville Highway. Rambo-Light was awake when police arrived “and could not stand still,” Officer Matthew Stanley said in a report. A search of Rambo-Light’s backpack turned up a black case containing a small amount of methamphetamine, syringes, plastic bags and two cut straws. Rambo-Light allegedly admitted to using meth the night before, the report said. Bond was set at $6,300 pending a first scheduled appearance Wednesday in court.
Walter Curtis Simmons, 38, of 498 Cassi Road, Chuckey, was charged Monday afternoon by the Tennessee Highway Patrol with driving under the influence following a two-vehicle crash on Route 107. Simmons was eastbound in a pickup truck near Painter Road when he allegedly crossed the double yellow line and the truck struck an oncoming vehicle, Trooper Johnnie Saayman said in a report. Simmons told troopers he “was sleepy and may have fallen asleep,” the report said. He told troopers he took Klonopin before driving. Bond for Simmons was set at $1,000 pending a first scheduled appearance Wednesday in court.
A counterfeit $20 bill passed at the Greeneville Oil outlet at 1923 Snapps Ferry Road was found Monday afternoon in a bank deposit, Officer B.J. Wright said in a report. The fake $20 bill was in a deposit made at an Andrew Johnson Bank branch. The cash, including the counterfeit bill, was deposited by a Greeneville Oil manager, the report said. The counterfeit bill was placed into evidence.
Matthew K. Copeland, 42, of 911 Holly Creek Road, was charged Monday night by Greenevile police with violation of a court order of protection. Copeland violated the order of protection by contacting the victim through phone calls and emails, Officer Joshua Evans said in a report. Copeland was held on no bond pending a first scheduled appearance Wednesday in court.
Lujack M. McKinney, 26, of 2644 Blue Springs Parkway, was charged Monday night by Greeneville police with joyriding. Police went to an address in the 1900 block of Snapps Ferry Road and spoke with the owner of a pickup truck who said McKinney had used the truck with his permission but never returned it, Officer Joshua Evans said in a report. McKinney was in possession of the truck when located by police at the Blue Springs Parkway address. McKinney was issued a summons to appear Wednesday in court.