The Pryor Times

June 3, 2014

Jail has busy weekend

Staff Writer
Cydney Baron

PRYOR, OK — Mayes County Jail had a busy weekend with 22 booked in for a total inmate count of 132.

Of the newly-booked inmates, 18 appeared in Mayes County District Court Monday for initial appearance. Among them was multiple felony and misdemeanor charges.

Kenny W. Campbell, 27, Adair, is charged with brining contraband into jail, resisting an officer and public intoxication. Information filed in the case alleges he took marijuana and rolling papers into the jail. He was said to have been intoxicated in Lake Shore RV park when he was arrested. He was told his felony count can carry up to 20 years in jail. Bond was set at $10,000.

Chouteau resident Christopher Hood, 20, was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, morphine, which can carry from two to 20 years in prison. Hood’s bond was also set at $10,000.

Four individuals were charged with, and pleaded not guilty to, driving under the influence of alcohol. Two were charged with public intoxication, with one additionally charged with possession of paraphernalia.

One man pleaded not guilty to domestic assault and battery and resisting an officer, while several were sentenced to jail time for failing to complete community service.