Greenville man charged with third DUI, meth possession








A Greenville man is facing multiple charges, including third-offense DUI and possession of methamphetamine, following a disturbance on High Road in Todd County.

According to the Guthrie police report, Police Chief Dean Blumel responded to the High Road Convenience Store for reports of an individual yelling and acting strange.  Upon arrival, contact was made with 37-year old Jonathan Watts of Greenville, who was allegedly acting erratic while putting gas in the vehicle he was operating, though he reportedly told officers his sister was the driver.  Investigation determined Watts had a DUI suspended license.

The front door was reportedly open on the vehicle and in plain sight was a baggie that contained a white substance that appeared to be meth, along with a syringe.  Watts allegedly admitted to using meth earlier in the day.

Watts was arrested and charged with third-offense DUI, driving on a DUI suspended license, and possession of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia.