Man Gets Six-Month Sentence For Stealing From Paul Walker Crash

Man Gets Six-Month Sentence For Stealing From Paul Walker Crash

Another man who stole a part off of Paul Walker’s crashed Porsche Carrera GT has been sentenced to six months in jail.

Anthony Edward Janow is the second person to get a six-month jail time sentence along with three years of probation after taking a roof panel off the Porsche Carrera GT while sheriff’s officials were still investigating the crash. Janow, 26, joins Jameson Brooks Witty, 19, who pleaded no contest earlier this year to misdemeanor charges that included grand theft, destroying evidence and resisting, obstructing or delaying an officer. Witty was also sentenced to six months in jail along with three years of probation.

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Both men stole a roof panel from a tow truck following the accident on November 30, 2013 that resulted in the death of Paul Walker and Roger Rodas. According to authorities, the tow truck was stopped at a light in Valencia when the two men took the item despite a deputy telling them they couldn’t take any vehicle parts.

[Source: L.A. Times]