Investigation at auto sales business leads to arrests in catalytic converter thefts, sheriff says
Two adult men in Stanly County are experiencing dozens of rates in relationship with an investigation into catalytic converter thefts and a community auto product sales organization, the sheriff’s place of work claimed.
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On Tuesday, detectives with the Stanly County Sheriff’s Office environment and Narcotics division concluded up an investigation into many catalytic converter thefts in the county.
Sarch warrants were being executed at Huneycutt Vehicle Gross sales and Wrecker Support, at 907 West Primary Avenue and at 121 Harwood Road, equally in Albemarle.
Investigators arrested and charged Richard Stephen Huneycutt and Haywood Richardson subsequent the research.
Richard Huneycutt was charged with 29 counts of felony conspiracy, possession with intent to sell and provide Schedule II controlled material, trafficking opium/heroin and possession with intent to provide and produce Agenda IV controlled material.
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Haywood Richardson was charged with 29 counts of larceny of motor auto parts, 29 counts of injury to home to obtain non-ferrous metals and 29 counts of felony conspiracy.
Their very first court docket visual appearance is on Monday.