(Stillwater, Okla.) — An inmate in the Cimarron Correctional Facility was charged today with possessing the drug, methamphetamine, inside the Cushing prison in January.

Jason Scott Daniels, 38, could receive an additional prison term of five to 20 years if convicted in the case in which 10 employees at the Cimarron Correctional Facility are listed as witnesses.

Daniels is serving a 10-year prison term at the Cushing facility for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in Jackson County in 2006, court records show.

Daniels previously served six and one-half years of a 10-year prison term for possessing a drug within 1,000 feet of a school in Tulsa County in 1995, state Department of Corrections records show.

Daniels also served about three and one-half years of a five-year prison term for second-degree burglary, concealing stolen property and uttering a forged instrument in Tulsa County in 1993, DOC records show.

Daniels also served three years of a five-year prison term for using a false name in an application for a driver’s license in Wagoner County in 1993, DOC records show.