(Stillwater, Okla.) – A Lincoln County man who is serving a five-year prison term for unauthorized use of a vehicle in Carney in 2014 was given a concurrent prison sentence Friday for violating his probation in a 2012 Payne County methamphetamine manufacturing endeavor case.

Christopher David Hunt, 33, of Carney, is also serving a concurrent four-year prison term for violating his probation in a 2010 Lincoln County drug case, state Department of Corrections records show.

In his Payne County drug case stemming from his arrest in Stillwater in 2012, Hunt was originally sentenced in 2013 to a three-year prison term followed by four years of probation, with credit for the time he had served in jail since June 2012.

But Hunt was never transported to state prison where he could have received credits, so in December 2013 District Judge Phillip Corley ruled that he had served his time in the Payne County Jail and suspended the balance of his sentence — which he was ruled on Friday to have violated.

Hunt had previously been convicted of possessing the drugs morphine, oxycodone and clonazepam in Stillwater in 2011, for which he was originally given a three-year prison term that the judge ruled in December 2013 had been served in jail since he was never transported to state prison, court records show.

Hunt had previously been given a three-year prison term in 2008, followed by two years of probation, for assault and battery on a police officer in 2005 in Payne County, DOC records show.