A Fulton man was arrested on drug-related charges last week in High Point.
On May 13, deputies with the Moniteau County Sheriff's Office were dispatched to Bee Line Convenience Store located in High Point in regards to a subject who was sitting inside a running motor vehicle and was unresponsive.
Upon arrival at the location, deputies made contact with a male subject identified as Jarod B. Greer, 39, of Fulton. Greer stated he was unaware of what was going on and had just awakened. Upon checking Greer's information, deputies learned he currently has a revoked driver's license.
Due to Greer's unusual behavior, deputies requested and were granted a consent to search of his person. Upon search, deputies located several syringes in Greer's pockets, which were then seized.
Deputies then asked for and were granted consent to search the vehicle. Upon search of the vehicle, deputies located a clear liquid substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine, along with more syringes and a bag that contained a white crystal substance that also tested positive for methamphetamine.
Greer was taken into custody and transported to the Moniteau County Jail. He was charged with delivery of a controlled substance (meth), and possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while revoked, with bond set at $50,000.