(Stillwater, Okla.) – A Cushing man on probation for methamphetamine possession has been jailed on $20,000 bail on a four-count charge including possession of methamphetamine and marijuana within 1,000 feet of Cushing High School on March 1.
Forrest Leigh Wright, 37, has been ordered to appear in Payne County District Court on Thursday with an attorney.
Wright has also been charged with possessing a .410 shotgun while on drug probation, concealing stolen property described as a wallet, social security card and debit cards, and also possessing drug paraphernalia listed as digital scales and a syringe, all on March 1.
If convicted of all of his charges, Wright could be incarcerated for as much as 36 years and fined $11,500, according to court documents filed last week.
According to court records, Wright was charged in 2010 with possessing methamphetamine in Cushing, to which he pleaded guilty, and was placed on five years’ probation under a deferred sentence in 2012.