A man who pleaded guilty to shooting five wild horses in Shannon County is getting relief from his three-year sentence. Harold Williams of Ellington was allowed to be out of jail on work release but had to spend his nights in jail since June of 2001. Now a judge says he only has to spend weekends in jail – 6 p.m. Friday to 6 p.m. Sunday. He also has to pay $35 a day in incarceration costs and $200 a month in restitution to the Wild Horse League. Williams’ sentence runs through June of 2004.
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