A judge has sentenced an Oklahoma woman to 10 years in prison for stealing cattle in Arkansas.
Wendi Cox's Monday sentencing came as the result of a plea deal on the day her Little River County trial was to have begun. Cox is already serving a 60-year sentence for her role in the theft of horses from Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia.
Shreveport, La., television station KSLA reports Cox admitted to stealing 15 heifers from a ranch in East Ogden just a few weeks before the 2011 horse thefts.
Monday's sentence will be added on top of her time for the horse theft convictions, though Cox has maintained her innocence in that case.
The plea agreement requires Cox to repay the rancher for the cost of the heifers.