By: Patti Weaver
(Stillwater, Okla.) — A repeat drug offender from Cushing, who got out of prison 11 months ago, was charged today with felony domestic assault and battery as a subsequent offense in a Sept. 28 case investigated by Cushing police, court records show.
Shannon Lee Teegarden, 52, was arrested last Thursday afternoon and remains in the Payne County Jail, a sheriff’s spokesman told KUSH today.
Teegarden was scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon on the felony charge, court records show.
According to Oklahoma Department of Corrections and court records, Teegarden had previously been convicted of:
* methamphetamine possession in Drumright in Creek County in 2013, for which he was given probation in 2014 that was revoked in 2017 when he was given a six-year prison term of which he served almost two years;
* methamphetamine possession in Cushing in Payne County in 2015 for which he was given a concurrent six-year prison term in 2017, of which he served 15 months;
* domestic abuse in Ada in Pontotoc County in 2016 for which he was given a concurrent four-year prison term in 2017, of which he served less than a year;
* endeavoring to manufacture a drug and possessing a drug in Drumright in Creek County in 2010 for which he was given two concurrent two-year prison terms in 2010, of which he served less than a year;
* possessing a precursor with intent to manufacture a drug in Drumright in Creek County in 2006 for which he was originally given probation that was revoked in 2007 to a five-year prison term with an order to attend the Bill Johnson Drug Offender Work Camp, a sentence that was modified in 2009 to five years of probation, but one year of which was revoked in 2010.