(Stillwater)- A Cushing man who was ordered jailed on $80,000 bail in August following his second arrest for alleged assault and battery was charged Monday with presenting a forged check to a Stillwater bank.

Devin William Hulsey, 19, who remains in the Payne County Jail, was scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday on a charge alleging that he altered a check from American Scrap from $44.30 to $400.30 and presented the check to Stillwater National Bank July 21.

At the time of that incident, Hulsey was free on $20,000 bond on charges accusing him of running his vehicle into his girlfriend’s vehicle on Ninth Street west of Cushing city limits and threatening to kill her if she did not meet with him, both on Feb. 4.

In that case, Hulsey was arrested by Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Kevin Duncan and charged with felony assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and with misdemeanor threats to kill. He faces a January trial in that two-count case.

Six months later, Hulsey was arrested by the Cushing Police Department and charged with felony domestic assault and battery by strangulation on Aug. 27, court records show.

Following that arrest, Special District Judge Michael Stano ruled that Hulsey had violated his previous bond, which was conditioned on his having no contact with his victim, court records show. Stano revoked that bond and increased it to $40,000, while setting another $40,000 bond on his new charge, court records show.

A year ago, Hulsey was charged with possessing a sawed-off shotgun, marijuana and drug paraphernalia, all on Sept. 20, 2007, following a search of a Cushing residence where he was staying, court records show. He faces a January trial in that three-count case, court records show.

Also about a year ago, Hulsey was charged with disturbing the peace by quarreling and physically fighting with his girlfriend in the public areas and right-of-ways of the Timberridge Garden Apartments, and carrying an illegal spring-assisted pocket knife. A trial date has not been set on that two-count misdemeanor charge stemming from an Oct. 17, 2007 incident, court records show.

If convicted of all of his pending charges, Hulsey could be given more than 20 years’ incarceration, court records show.

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