By: Patti Weaver
(Stillwater, Okla.) — An Enid woman accused of possessing a stolen vehicle on the Cimarron Turnpike near the Stillwater toll gate has been ordered to appear before District Judge Phillip Corley Friday for trial court arraignment.
Jennifer Evelyn Davis, 37, who has also been known by the surname of Westbrook, waived her right to a preliminary hearing last week on a felony charge of possessing a stolen vehicle.
Davis, who said “she didn’t know how she got to this location,” was arrested at 6:56 am on Sept. 9 on the Cimarron Turnpike near the Stillwater toll gate, Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Kevin Duncan wrote in an affidavit.
The trooper saw the woman standing outside a maroon truck parked on the shoulder east of the tollgate at 6:50 am, the affidavit said.
Asked if everything was okay, the woman said “she broke down and she had to testify in court today. She further stated ‘I honestly don’t know how I even ended up here,"” the affidavit alleged.
While the woman continued making statements about court, the trooper confirmed the truck was stolen, the affidavit alleged.
“I then asked the female who the truck belonged to and she stated Burk and she dd not know his last name,” the trooper wrote in his affidavit.
According to court records, Davis had been charged in 2016 with driving under the influence of drugs and drug possession in Noble County. After Davis pleaded guilty in 2016, she was ordered to register as a methamphetamine offender and placed on three years’ probation.
The following year, Davis was charged with drug possession and placed on probation for one year in 2018 in Garfield County, which the prosecution is seeking to revoke.
If convicted of possessing a stolen vehicle in Payne County, Davis — who remains jailed on $7,500 bail — could be imprisoned for one to five years.