(Stillwater) — A Cushing man was charged Tuesday with bail jumping for his alleged failure to appear in court three months ago for a revocation hearing on a 1997 bogus check charge.

    Daniel Carl Hill, 45, was ordered jailed on $10,000 bond by Associate District Judge Stephen Kistler Tuesday on his bail jumping charge, court records show.

    Six years ago, then Associate District Judge Robert Murphy Jr. placed Hill on probation for one year on his 1997 bogus check charge — conditioned on his paying $847 restitution at $100 per month and performing 50 hours of community service.

    The following year, the Payne County District Attorney’s Office filed an application to revoke his probation for his alleged failure to pay restitution and complete his community service hours, court records show.

    Four months ago, Hill appeared in court regarding that application to revoke his suspended sentence and was released on $2,500 bail pending a Sept. 23 court appearance, which he failed to make, court records allege.

    A bench warrant was then issued for his arrest.

    If convicted of bail jumping, Hill could be given a one-year jail term, according to the felony charge filed by Assistant District Attorney Charles Rogers Tuesday.