Hawkins father and son arrested as part of drug task force meth probe

Jeff Bobo • Nov 28, 2019 at 9:30 AM

ROGERSVILLE — A Hawkins County father and son were arrested last week at their home near Rogersville on multiple drug charges each as part of an ongoing Third Judicial Drug Task Force investigation into meth trafficking.

Task force assistant director Scott Stewart stated in his report that on Nov. 20 he came into contact with Steven Anthony Greer (aka Scott Anthony Greer), as well as Greer's father Harry Anthony Greer at the residence they share at 480 Burem Road near Rogersville.

Stewart stated that the Greers had been the subject of an ongoing investigation into illegal meth distribution over the past several months.

A search warrant was executed on their garage, and the house next door at 482 Burem Road which was known by Stewart to be frequented by Steven Greer, 35, and Harry Greer, 63.

An unspecified amount of marijuana, as well as one Oxycodone pill were allegedly located in the garage.

Officers also allegedly located an unspecified amount of meth in a baggy in a bedroom which Steven Greer reportedly stated was his.

Other items allegedly located during the search were 10 Oxycodone pills, two Suboxone pills, drug paraphernalia and two unidentified blue pills.

Father and son were each charged with felony maintaining a dwelling where narcotics are housed, manufactured or sold; as well as misdemeanors including marijuana possession, possession of Schedule III narcotics (Suboxone), possession of Schedule II narcotics (Oxycodone), and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Steven Greer was additionally charged with simple possession of meth. He was arraigned Monday in Sessions Court where his bond was set at $75,000, and he is scheduled for a Dec. 2 preliminary hearing in Sessions Court.

Harry Greer was arraigned Monday as well. His bond was set at $50,00, and he was scheduled for a Dec. 9 preliminary hearing in Sessions Court.