The suspect in multiple recent burglaries in the Mead area has been charged with three felonies in connection to the recent crimes, plus a felony drug charge.
Michael D. Jamison, 42, was charged with possession of firearms after felony conviction, since he reportedly had a small semi-automatic weapon during the time of the burglaries.
He is also charged with burglary of an auto and knowingly concealing stolen property. According to reports, authorities found discovered a motorcycle, trailer, Nissan Sentra, home appliances and furniture that had been stolen from local residents.
Jamison was arrested after fleeing a residence on Sophia Loop in Mead. He recently was released from Oklahoma Department of Corrections custody and was on probation for escape, burglary and knowingly concealing stolen property, for which he had been serving time since October 2002.
Charges related to the recent burglaries mean possible imprisonment for four to 22 years.
On a separate matter, Jamison also is being charged with the felony cultivation of marijuana. A conviction on this charge alone could land him two years’ imprisonment and a fine as highas $50,000.