Raleigh police charge pair stole catalytic converters from 13 rental trucks

February 17, 2014 

— Police on Sunday charged two men from Georgia with stealing catalytic converters from 13 U-Haul trucks the day before.

Antonio Headspeth, who turned 26 on Monday, and Antonio Deshawn Neville, 19, were arrested at a shopping center on Glenwood Avenue, according to an arrest report.

The men, who each listed 6538 Port A Prince Drive in Forest Park, Ga., as their address, were each charged with 13 counts of felony larceny of motor vehicle parts and 13 counts of possession of stolen property.

Headspeth and Neville were being held in of $300,000 bail each for first court appearances Monday.

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