Grand Jury Indicts Two in Case of Stolen Fiberglass Horse

Published 04/19 2012 06:45PM

Updated 04/19 2012 06:55PM

The Wichita County Grand Jury indicts two of the suspects accused of stealing Miss Silver Buckle -- the fiberglass horse that used to sit in front of Tangles salon in Parker Square.
    The horse was found sawed into pieces in the closet of an apartment.
    James Gunter May -- from Devol, Oklahoma -- is indicted on his charge of "theft under 20- thousand dollars."
    And Calvin Wayne Rickman is indicted on his charge of "theft over 15- hundred and under 20- thousand."
    Police say Miss Silver Buckle was found -- thanks to a Crime Stoppers tip -- at the apartment of Alyssa Nicole Wilkinson and Kristina Woeller.
    They were charged with possession of stolen merchandise
    Miss Silver Buckle was created by an artist in the Leadership Wichita Falls "Mane Event" fundraiser.
    The horse is now undergoing repairs.

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