Hornbuckle Is Temporarily Moved to Prison Unit in East Texas
By Eva-Marie Ayala
November 29, 2006
A former pastor convicted of raping three women has been temporarily moved to an East Texas prison.
Terry Hornbuckle, 44, was sent to the Gurney Unit transfer facility near Tennessee Colony in Anderson County last week. He will likely remain there until he is processed to be moved to a permanent facility where he will serve out his 15-year sentence, officials said.
Hornbuckle was founder of Agape Christian Fellowship in southeast Arlington.
In August, he was convicted of sexually assaulting three women, who include two former parishioners.
He will be eligible for parole in 2013.
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