(Stillwater) — An ex-convict from Cushing who was released from prison in May — after serving time for Pawnee County crimes — has been jailed in Payne County for failure to appear in court on charges of punching a woman and man in the face at his sister’s house in Stillwater, along with possessing marijuana.

    Bradley Littlesun, 24, was ordered Monday to appear in Payne County District Court on Jan. 8 — the same day that he is scheduled to be sentenced in Pawnee County for violating his probation in a 2007 conviction for injury to a public building, court records show.

    In his Payne County case, Littlesun was arrested about 3 a.m. Oct. 4 at the residence of his sister, Tabitha Howell, who allowed police to enter her home to speak with him, according to an affidavit by Stillwater Police Officer Charles Murphy.

    When the officer arrived at the house, “I overheard a male’s voice talking about the fight that had just occurred.

    “I looked in the window and observed Bradley Littlesun standing in the kitchen area of the residence with several other people around him.

    “I heard Bradley state, ‘I knocked that f…… b…. (woman) out and it was like POW.’

    “Bradley then made a motion as if striking a person with his fist. Bradley then began laughing about what he had just said,” Murphy alleged in his affidavit.

    After the officer came into the house, Littlesun went into the backyard and urinated by a back fence, the affidavit said. He had a plastic baggie of marijuana sticking out of the left pocket of his shorts, the affidavit alleged.

    Littlesun was arrested for marijuana possession and then taken to the Stillwater Medical Center emergency room, where his alleged victims identified him as the person who assaulted them, the affidavit said.

    The victims, Ragan Traughber, who was being treated for a broken jaw she received in the assault, and Robert Silver, had met Littlesun at the strip south of the OSU campus earlier in the night and been invited to Littlesun’s sister’s house to continue partying, the affidavit said.

    Once they arrived at the house, “Littlesun began assaulting Silver by striking him in the face and head. Traughber then tried to step in and stop the assault — and Littlesun began striking her in the face and head,” the affidavit alleged.

    She listed $9,079 as her out-of-pocket expenses for her injury and loss of wages, as well as merchandise and mileage, according to her restitution recovery form filed in court records.

    In May 2007, Pawnee County District Judge Jefferson Sellers had sentenced Littlesun to three years in prison for unauthorized use of a vehicle in a 2004 case in which he originally received probation.

    Five months later, the Pawnee County judge gave Littlesun a consecutive six-month prison term followed by three years’ probation for injury to a public bulding in 2007, court records show. Littlesun was also ordered to pay $4,000 restitution, along with $285 in other assessments, court records show.

    In August — three months after Littlesun got out of prison — the Pawnee County District Attorney’s Office obtained a bench warrant for Littlesun’s arrest for his failure to comply with the rules of probation, court records show.

    Littlesun also has a 2007 conviction from Payne County for marijuana possession in Cushing, for which he received a 10-day jail term followed by nine months’ probation. He was ordered to obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation and to perform any recommended follow-up, court records show.