(Stillwater, Okla.) – A Cushing teenager was arraigned this afternoon from the Payne County Jail on four counts of breaking into vehicles in Cushing on Tuesday along with possessing methamphetamine – five days after he had been released on a misdemeanor methamphetamine charge.

Justin Taylor Cress, 19, remains held on $10,000 bail, a sheriff’s spokesman told KUSH this afternoon.

Cress was accused today of breaking into vehicles parked in the 1000 block of E. Cherry, the 700 block of E. Broadway, the 500 block of S. Harrison and the 400 block of E. Cherry, all in Cushing on May 22 when he was alleged to have methamphetamine.

If convicted of four counts of second-degree burglary, Cress could be given as much as a 28-year prison term and a $40,000 fine. If convicted of his misdemeanor methamphetamine charge, Cress could be given a one-year jail term and a $1,000 fine.
According to court records, Cress was charged a week ago with possessing methamphetamine on May 17 in Cushing, a misdemeanor for which he could be given a one-year jail term and a $1,000 fine if convicted. Cress was released that same day on a personal recognizance bond with an order to appear in court on June 20.