(Stillwater, Okla.) — A Drumright teenager has been given a three and one-half year prison term for possessing methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a park and eluding a Cushing police officer on Valentine’s Day — while he was on probation for endeavoring to manufacture a drug in Creek County.

    Nickolas Lane Hunt, 19, was sentenced last week in accordance with a plea bargain approved by Payne County Associate District Judge Stephen Kistler on July 2, a court official told KUSH today.

    On his release from prison, Hunt, who turns 20 this month, will be on probation for six and one-half years on that Payne County drug charge filed five months ago.

    In court last week, Hunt was also given a concurrent three and one-half year prison term for possessing methamphetamine in a hotel parking lot across from Cushing High School and having drug paraphernalia, both in 2012.

    His Payne County sentences will run concurrently to a three and one-half year prison term he was given in Creek County three months ago — when part of his original seven-year probationary term for endeavoring to manufacture a drug in 2013 was revoked, court records show.

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