By Megan Sando
STILLWATER, Okla. —
Two men arraigned Wednesday at the Payne County Courthouse are charged with possession of methamphetamine, burglary and attempted burglary.
On Nov. 2, Jeremy Earl Rose, 19, of Bristow was accused of attempting burglary in the second degree, possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony and unlawful possession of a controlled drug, according to court records.
Rose attempted to break and enter into a pickup with a mounted camper while the owner was still inside at 56th Street and Spring Creek Circle. The owner of the pickup, in order to stop the robbery, began driving away until Rose was forced to lose grip of the driver’s door, according to court records.
Rose is accused of being armed with a loaded semi-automatic rifle and having possession of methamphetamine at the time of arrest.
Two days later, Brandon Michael Ray Thompson, 32, of Cushing was charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle, burglary of an automobile, assault with a dangerous weapon, unlawful possession of controlled drug and breaking and entering, according to court records.
On Nov. 4, Thompson was accused of taking a pickup and on the same day breaking into a separate vehicle to steal it.
Thompson is charged with assaulting a minor using a metal slag hammer and breaking into a resident’s home in the 500 block of North Steele in Cushing.
Rose is jailed in lieu of a $200,000 bond and Thompson a $10,000 bond. If convicted, Rose faces up to 27 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000 or both. Thompson faces up to 33 years in prison or a fine of up to $15,000 or both. Both are due to appear in court again at 1 p.m. Wednesday.