Men Sentenced after Pleading Guilty to Stealing Horse Statue

Men Sentenced after Pleading Guilty to Stealing Horse Statue

James Gunter May and Calvin Wayne Rickman were each sentenced to five years deferred adjudication for taking a horse statue from a local salon and chopping it into pieces.
    Two men charged with taking a painted horse statue from in front of a Wichita Falls beauty salon received their punishment in 78th District Court today.
    James Gunter May from Devol is guilty of theft under $20-thousand.
    He pleaded guilty to that charge in may.
    And, he received five years deferred adjudication.
    The amount of restitution he'll have to pay back to Tangles Salon will be determined later.
    Calvin Wayne Rickman was also found guilty of theft over $15-hundred and under $20-thousand.
    And, he also received five years deferred adjudication.
    The judge will decide the amount of restitution he'll have to pay back later as well.
    Miss Silver Buckle was taken in March.
    She was later found in pieces at a local apartment thanks to a Crime Stoppers tip.
    The horse was created by an artist for the Leadership Wichita Falls "Mane Event" fundraiser.
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