Investigation at auto sales business leads to arrests in catalytic converter thefts, sheriff says


Two males in Stanly County are dealing with dozens of fees in relationship with an investigation into catalytic converter thefts and a area auto income organization, the sheriff’s place of work said.

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On Tuesday, detectives with the Stanly County Sheriff’s Place of work and Narcotics division completed up an investigation into numerous catalytic converter thefts in the county.

Sarch warrants were executed at Huneycutt Car Income and Wrecker Company, at 907 West Major Street and at 121 Harwood Avenue, each in Albemarle.

Investigators arrested and billed Richard Stephen Huneycutt and Haywood Richardson next the search.

Richard Huneycutt was charged with 29 counts of felony conspiracy, possession with intent to sell and supply Schedule II managed substance, trafficking opium/heroin and possession with intent to market and supply Routine IV controlled material.


Haywood Richardson was billed with 29 counts of larceny of motor car sections, 29 counts of damage to house to receive non-ferrous metals and 29 counts of felony conspiracy.

Their initially courtroom visual appeal is on Monday.


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