The Texas town of Mustang looks to be the domain of one Tommy Sinclair now that a judge has ruled in his favor.
Judge John Jackson decided that Sinclair will be allowed to buy all 75 acres of Mustang for the $600,000 purchase price he agreed to two years ago in a deal with town founder William McGee, who died before the transaction could be closed.
McGee's widow, Marsha McGee, attempted to renegotiate, but Sinclair stood his ground and Jackson ruled Friday that Mrs. McGee had interfered with Sinclair's business. The Corsicana Daily Sun said the ruling allows Sinclair to deduct various legal expenses from the purchase price.
Sinclair plans to upgrade the property, which includes an RV park and country-western bar and restaurant.