(Stillwater) — A Cushing teenager was charged Friday with burglarizing Bill’s E-Z Out convenience store on E. 9th Street on Aug. 25 by throwing dried concrete through the front glass door, hopping over the counter and stealing several packs of cigarettes.
    Gene A. Turner, 19, who was identified as a suspect after Cushing Police Officer Carson Watts watched the store’s surveillance video, remains jailed in lieu of posting $2,500 bond, a sheriff’s spokesman said Monday.
    Turner was given a court-appointed attorney Friday to represent him on the felony second-degree burglary charge, which carries a maximum penalty of a seven-year prison term on conviction. He was ordered to return to court Tuesday.
    Turner was arrested at his residence on Aug. 26, about 6:40 a.m. by Cushing police in connection with the early morning Aug. 25 “smash and grab” burglary, authorities said.