Update: 32-year-old Quincy Buckner who was charged in 2007 with the murder of another man on Lansing street could now be going to prison for his latest violation of probation.
A Wichita Falls man charged in a 2007 murder is back in jail for violation of probation for the third time since his sentence, once in 2012 and another time in 2015.
32-year-old Quincy Buckner was booked in the Wichita County jail Monday and is charged with tampering with or fabrication of physical evidence and possession of marijuana.
Buckner and Randy Skyler were charged with murder in the July 2007 shooting death of Christian Gallegos on Lansing Street.
Skyler received a 20-year sentence and Buckner pleaded down to a lesser charge, deadly conduct.
Buckner received 10-years probation after pleading guilty and the last time his probation was revoked was in 2015.
In in 2012 prosecutors filed to have Buckner’s probation revoked after he was involved in an assault and delinquent on his community supervision fees
Buckner was also driving without a valid license.
Buckner was sent to an intermediate correctional facility at that point and then placed back on probation.