James May was sentenced to five years deferred adjudication for stealing and destroying a fiberglass horse statue that stood in front of Tangles Salon.
James May is charged with theft of service.
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.
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 statue was stolen from out front Tangles Salon in Wichita Falls last month. It was found chopped up into pieces inside a local apartment. Four people were arrested and charged in the theft.
A fourth suspect in the theft and destruction of a painted horse is arrested.
A third arrest has been made after a horse statue is found in pieces in a Wichita Falls Apartment.
Alyssa Nicole Wilkinson is charged with possession of stolen merchandise under $20-thousand.
Kristina Woeller, 19, is charged with possession of stolen merchandise under $20-thousand.
Just more than 24 hours, after she was stolen from in front a local salon, "Miss Silver Buckle" is returned to her owners, but she isn't the same horse that used to grace the business. For now, employees at Tangles Salon say they're glad to have Miss Silver Buckle, who they say is "part of their family", back home, even if she is now disfigured and in several pieces.