There are a number of crimes that are committed in North Carolina and across the country every day. One of these is larceny, which is the unlawful taking of someone else's property without their consent. A North Carolina man who was working with Richard Childress Racing is currently facing a felony larceny charge. Supposedly, he stole a suit from one of the team's drivers as well as three suits from crew members. He then reportedly put them on eBay and sold them.
He was arrested early in January of this year, but he was released from jail on a $10,000 bond. He reportedly made $6,000 for all four of the fire suits. It has been said that the suits did not have any logos of sponsors or numbers of drivers on them.