By: Patti Weaver
(Stillwater, Okla.) — A Creek County woman with a criminal record in three counties has been charged with trafficking methamphetamine in Payne County, along with driving on a suspended license, being intoxicated in public, failing to carry a security verification form and operating a truck with expired tags, all on Saturday in a case investigated by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Former Drumright resident Brandi Rachelle Inman, 41, of Depew, was ordered held in the Payne County Jail on $50,000 bail pending a July 6 court appearance at which she can seek a preliminary hearing.
If convicted of trafficking methamphetamine in excess of 20 grams, Inman, who also has been known by the surname of McClendon, could be given a prison term of 10 years to life plus a fine of $25,000 to $100,000.
According to court records and the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Inman got out of prison two years ago after serving sentences for:
* drunk driving in Drumright in Creek County in 2008, for which she was originally given five years of probation in 2008 that was revoked in 2010 to three years in prison of which she served 10 months;
* possessing a precursor used to manufacture methamphetamine in Lincoln County in 2010, for which she was given in 2011 a seven-year prison term to be placed in a regimented program, on completion of which the balance of her sentence was to be suspended, but her probation was revoked in 2013 to three years in prison, of which she served two years and three months;
* possessing a substance used to manufacture methamphetamine in Payne County in 2012, for which she was given in 2012 a three-year prison term concurrent to the above Lincoln County case, followed by four years of probation that was revoked in 2016 to prison;
* possessing methamphetamine in Oilton in Creek County in 2014, for which she was given a five-year prison term in 2016 concurrent to the following sentence;
* possessing methamphetamine in 2015 in Creek County, for which she was given a five-year prison term in 2016 of which she served 19 months’ incarceration;
* child neglect, methamphetamine possession and being a felon with a firearm in Lincoln County in 2015, for which she was given in 2015 three concurrent 10-year prison terms, with the balance suspended on her completion of the Women in Recovery program.