Two Georgia men accused of stealing 15-plus catalytic converters from U-Haul

February 28, 2014 

— Two Georgia men, both named Antonio, are being held in Wake County on 17 or more charges each that that they stole vehicle parts – mostly or all catalytic converters – from U-Haul vehicles.

Antonio Deshawn Neville, 19, and Antonio Headspeth, 26, both of Forest Park, Ga., were arrested this month for thefts reported to have taken place Feb. 11, arrest warrants state. The men were accused in 15 arrest warrants each of taking car parts valued at $1200 from various vehicles.

The Raleigh Police Department originally arrested the men on Feb. 16 at the Walmart-anchored shopping center at 6600 Glenwood Ave., but officers added some of the theft charges on Feb. 21 and on Friday, according to arrest records.

Headspeth faces 18 motor-vehicle-part larceny charges while Neville faces 17, according to county records. They also are accused of felony conspiracy and possession of stolen goods, county records state.

Both were held being Friday at the Wake County Detention Center in lieu of $700,000 bail.

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