4th Arrest For Stolen Horse

A Fourth person has been arrested in the theft and destruction of a decorative Wichita Falls horse, stolen last month.

Calvin Alan Rickman is charged with theft between $1,500 and $20,000.

The 24-year old's arrest warrant shows he waived his rights and confessed to stealing miss silver buckles with James May, 23.

May, Alyssa Nicole Wilkinson, 20, and Kristina Ann Woeller, 19, have all also been arrested. May and Wilkinson are charged with Theft. Woeller is charged with Possession of Stolen Property

Police discovered the horse chopped up into several pieces in Woeller's and Wilkinson's apartment last month.

Rickman is being held on $25,000 bond at Wichita County Jail.

Miss Silver Buckles stood in front of Tangles Salon for three years, before the salon owners reported it stolen March 1. Surveillance video showed suspects knock Miss Buckles over, then at a later time put the sculpture into an SUV and leave the scene.

The sculpture is valued at $10,000. It was part of The Mane Event Auction in 2009 which benefited Leadership Wichita Falls.