By Jacob Sturm
Austin Conner Ellefson received four charges stemming from a Dec. 7 incident according to filed information on the Oklahoma State Courts Network.
The information, provided by District Attorney Mike Fields, indicated the Mustang Police Department charged Ellefson with possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction. Ellefson had the firearm on his person on Dec. 7 after being convicted of a felony for possessing a stolen motor vehicle in 2018.
Ellefson, according to the provided information, lives in the 3900 block of S Cinder Circle.
The weapon was stolen and concealed, which also is a felony charge.
Ellefson also was in possession of a stolen vehicle on Dec. 7. Information provided indicates he was not entitled to the vehicle previously stolen by an unknown party and should have reason to believe the vehicle to be stolen.
Also, Ellefson had methamphetamine in his possession. That meant he received a misdemeanor for possession of a controlled dangerous substance since methamphetamine is classified as a controlled dangerous substance on Schedule II of the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances Act of Oklahoma.
Possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction is a felony with punishment of between 1-10 years in prison.
Possession of a stolen vehicle is also a felony with punishments of imprisonment in the Department of Corrections for a term not to exceed two years.
Knowingly receiving or concealing stolen property is a felony with punishments of imprisonment in a state penitentiary not to exceed five years, or in a county jail for no more than a year, by a fine not to exceed $500, or both a fine and imprisonment.
Possession of a controlled dangerous substance is a misdemeanor with punishments of imprisonment not to exceed one year and a fine not exceeding $1,000.