An arrest warrant has been issued for NASCAR Tenting World Truck Sequence driver Jordan Anderson after he did not give up to authorities on costs of possession of a stolen race truck.
NBC Sports activities reported that Anderson is alleged to have bought the automobile from a Moorsville, N.C., storage run by Robert Newling, who had repaired the truck after a racing accident in November 2017.
“Robert Newling then took it upon himself to promote the Race truck, that didn’t belong to him, and offered it to Jordan Anderson,” a Rowan County Sheriff’s workplace press launch mentioned. “Throughout the course of this investigation, investigators have been in a position to decide that Mr. Anderson had motive to imagine the truck he bought from Mr. Newling was stolen.”
NASCAR issued a press release on the matter that mentioned: “We’re conscious of a regulation enforcement matter involving a NASCAR member, and proceed to collect details. We’ll stay involved with the authorities as their course of continues.”
The prison investigation started on Sept. 7 and Anderson refused at hand over the truck when contacted by authorities. As a substitute, he retained authorized counsel and was supposed to show himself in by Sept. 20. He has but to take action.
The whereabouts of the 27-year-old are unknown, however he was apparently active on Twitter as late as Thursday morning. Anderson completed 20th in the latest truck race on Sept. 14 and is presently 16th within the season standings.
Newling has been arrested and charged with larceny and is scheduled to seem in court docket once more in November.