(Stillwater) — A Perkins man who is on probation for possession of a drug and drug paraphernalia in Creek County has been charged with possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia in Payne County.
    Johnny William Odle Jr., 34, who was jailed for a week in Payne County on $10,000 bond, was released two weeks ago when his bail was reduced to a personal recognizance bond, court records show.
    Odle was ordered to return to Payne County District Court on Nov. 9 when he can ask for a preliminary hearing on his heroin possession felony charge, which carries as much as a 10-year prison term and $10,000 fine on conviction.
    If convicted of a misdemeanor count of possession of a syringe and spoon as drug paraphernalia in Payne County, Odle could receive an additional one-year incarceration and $1,000 fine, court records show.
    Odle was arrested in the 2100 block of E. 6th Avenue in Stillwater about 9 p.m. Sept. 30 on an outstanding Creek County bench warrant for his failure to appear in court in June for probation violations in a 2007 drug case, court records show.
    Stillwater Police Officer Andrew Wilson wrote in an affidavit “Subsequent to the arrest, I discovered a black sock in Odle’s left front pocket that contained a syringe, a spoon without the handle and a cellophane wrapper from a cigarette package.
    “I saw several small white flakes and a larger brown flake in the plastic. Odle claimed he had been shooting up Oxycontin, but the flakes returned a positive result for heroin,” in a field test kit, Wilson alleged in his affidavit.
    Odle has also been ordered to appear in the Bristow division of Creek County District Court on Oct. 30 regarding his probation violations in his 2007 drug case there, court records show.