(Stillwater) — An ex-convict from Drumright who has been convicted of methamphetamine possession in three counties has been jailed on a Payne County charge of possessing methamphetamine on Oct. 10.
    David Sheridan Glimp, 29, who apparently was released from prison last spring, was given a court-appointed attorney Tuesday by Payne County Special District Judge Michael Stano, who set his bail at $25,000.
    According to court records, Glimp was convicted of methamphetamine possession in Logan County in 2003, in Creek County in 2005, and in Payne County in 2008.
    In his Payne County case, Glimp was given a five-year prison term last year and ordered into the Bill Johnson Drug Offender Work Camp — with the condition that the balance of his sentence would be suspended if he successfully completed that program.. He apparently got out of prison in March.
    In his Creek County case, Glimp was given a two-year prison term four years ago, which he apparently completed in one year, state Department of Corrections records show.
    In his Logan County case, Glimp was given a five-year prison term six years ago which he apparently completed in less than two years, DOC records show.

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