By: Patti Weaver
(Stillwater, Okla.) — A 21-year-old Cushing man, who admitted committing eight property crimes within two months’ time in Payne County, was ordered into the state’s Regimented Inmate Disciple (RID) prison boot camp program this week by Payne County Associate District Judge Stephen Kistler.
The judge told Brandon Windell Hill in court on Tuesday that it would be in his best interest to do well in the prison program if he hopes to be placed on probation at his sentencing on May 19,2020. Due to his age, Hill falls under the Delayed Sentencing Program for young adults.
Hill has admitted to:
* stealing a Stillwater woman’s 2015 Chevrolet truck, driving it without a license, and attempting to elude a police officer in the truck on Sept. 5;
* stealing a Stillwater man’s 2004 Chevrolet Silverado on Sept. 5;
* breaking into a Cushing man’s truck where $4,799 worth of items were reportedly stolen on Aug. 29;
* breaking into the man’s wife’s car where nothing was taken, also on Aug. 29;
* breaking into a Nissan in Cushing on Aug. 12;
* breaking into a truck in Cushing on Aug. 13;
* breaking into another truck in Cushing on Aug. 14;
* breaking into a building in Cushing on July 4.
Hill has been in custody for the past two and one-half months, court records show.