An ex-convict from Perkins with an extensive drug history including manufacturing methamphetamine at his residence was charged Tuesday with possession of marijuana and public intoxication at 19th and Prairie Road on Aug. 28.
If convicted of his latest drug charge, Craig Scott Dunlap, 46, who had been released from prison last summer, could be given a life sentence, court records show. Dunlap remains in the Payne County Jail on $7,500 bond pending a court appearance this week with an attorney, court records show.
Four years ago, Dunlap was convicted of manufacturing methamphetamine at his Perkins residence and given an eight-year prison term -- of which he served less than three years, court records show.
At the time of that drug offense, Dunlap was already on probation for 20 years in three separate cases for:
possession of the prescription drug, Alprazolam, in Stillwater in 2006;
drug possession with intent to distribute, along with possession of methamphetamine and marijuana, in Stillwater in 2005;
possession of a substance with intent to manufacture methamphetamine, in Stillwater in 2003.
When Dunlap was sentenced in his 2009 methamphetamine manufacturing case, eight years of his probation was revoked in his 2005 and 2006 drug cases, while the balance of his probation was revoked in his 2003 case on which he was subsequently paroled, DOC records show.