(Stillwater, Okla.) — A Cushing teenager was arraigned Monday on a felony charge of stealing two vehicles on Sunday and a misdemeanor charge of shoplifting from a downtown Cushing store in November.

    Eddie Mathew Wright, 18, remains jailed in lieu of posting $12,500 total bail on his charges, which include a misdemeanor count of possessing illegal drug paraphernalia in Cushing in November.

    In his latest case filed Monday, Wright is alleged to have stolen an Oldsmobile Alero owned by a Cushing man, and a GMC truck owned by a Cushing woman, both on Sunday.

    Last week, he was charged with stealing a sports watch and deodorant from the downtown Cushing Dollar General Store on Nov. 22, court records show.

    Ten days before that in Cushing, he was alleged to have possessed a package of cherry-flavored “Juicy Jay” brand cigarette rolling papers, described as illegal drug paraphernalia.

    He has been ordered to appear in court with an attorney to represent him on all of his charges on Wednesday.

    If convicted of two felony counts of larceny of a motor vehicle, Wright could be given a 40-year prison term and fines equal to three times the value of the property stolen.

    If convicted of misdemeanor shoplifting, he could be given a 30-day jail term and a $500 fine.

    If convicted of misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, he could be given a one-year jail term and a $1,000 fine.