Men Charged With Stealing Walker’s Porsche Roof Plead No Contest

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August 6, 2014 | 3:16pm EST

Two men accused of stealing the roof from the burned-out Porsche actor Paul Walker was a passenger in at the time of his death last year have pleaded no contest to misdemeanor charges of destroying evidence, grand theft and resisting or delaying a police officer.
Jameson Brooks Witty, 18, and Anthony Edward Janow, 26, face up to six months behind bars.
They stand accused of stealing the roof panel from a tow truck carrying the destroyed Porsche Carrera GT, which had burst into flames after it crashed into a post in Santa Clarita, California.
The two men had even been told by a sheriff’s deputy that they couldn’t take any vehicle parts.
Witty is due back in court for sentencing on 14 August, Janow on 23 October.
The Fast & Furious star Walker died from a combination of traumatic injuries and burns in the accident.

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