(Stillwater) — An ex-convict from Creek County with four prior drug convictions was charged Wednesday with possession of methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia, all in Payne County.

Terry Boyd Harrington, 50, of Depew, was ordered held in the Payne County Jail in lieu of posting $7,500 bond following his arrest by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol on Tuesday, court records show.

Harrington is alleged to have had a plastic baggy containing a substance that field-tested as methamphetamine inside a gray canvas bag in his 1986 Toyota pickup when he was stopped by the OHP, court records show.

Harrington is also alleged to have had a small plastic baggy containing what appeared to be marijuana on his person, according to the three-count charge.

Harrington is also alleged to have had on his person a syringe containing a clear unidentified liquid, and inside his pickup two additional used syringes and a set of digital scales, court records show.

Harrington’s last drug conviction was from Creek County in 2004 when he was given a five-year prison term for possession of methamphetamine. He was released last year after serving about two years, state Department of Corrections records show.

Harrington currently is on probation until 2020 for bail jumping in Creek County in 2000, DOC records show.

Harrington also has a 2000 conviction from Payne County for drug possession, for which he was given a five-year prison term, about two years of which he served, DOC records show.

Harrison has two other 2000 convictions from Creek County for drug possession, for which he served five years, state DOC reocrds show. In those cases, he remains on probation until 2015, DOC records show.