Destiny Yeingst was charged with Burglary II in CF-2017-5100 and was released without any conditions on September 8, 2017 by Special Judge Hall.
Yeingst failed to appear in court on October 6, 2017.
He was arrested the very next day, October 7, 2017 for possession of a stolen vehicle in CF-17-6560.
A release was issued on both cases November 2, 2017 to the supervision of the TEEM pretrial release initiative program by Special Judge Mark McCormick.
District Judge Troung issued a warrant for Yeingst arrest for failing to comply with TEEM on November 22, 2017.
December 8, 2017 Yeingst was arrested by OCPD for unauthorized use of a vehicle. Yeingst is currently in the Oklahoma County Jail and will be back in court on February 12, 2018.