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Two Whitewright Men Facing Theft And Graffiti Damage Charges

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WHITEWRIGHT, TX -- Two Whitewright men sit in jail, accused of stealing and damaging property after police say they found stolen items at their home.

David Ping, 23, and Kaleb Langford, 30, were each indicted on several charges including burglary, graffiti damage, and theft.

Police were called to Sonic at Sherman Town Center in November, where they found some people trying to use fake bills that police linked to Ping, according to court documents.

Then in March, Whitewright police say they discovered GPS units, wallets, and even a tool used to check water meter pressure that had disappeared from an unlocked city vehicle at their house owned by Ping's relatives in the 300 block of W. Spruce Street.

Police say a nearby home in the 200 block of W. Spruce was ransacked, with "meth bump" and "6-6-6" spray-painted on a cabinet and a fridge.

Both men currently have total bonds set at more than $60,000.