Two men, who were accused of stealing part of the wreckage of the car Paul Walker was killed in, have been charged with three crimes, including a felony.
Two men who were accused of stealing the roof of the Porsche GT, that Paul Walker tragically crashed in and died, have been charged.
TMZ reports, the culprits have been charged with one felony count of grand theft of personal property as well as two misdemeanours of destroying evidence.
Jameson Brooks Witty and Anthony Edward Janow could face up to 4 years and 6 months in prison if convicted.
18 year-old Witty was caught on video stealing a panel off T-top roof off the Porsche while is was on the back of a tow truck which stopped for a red light in Valencia, Calif.
The thief, who was already caught committing the crime, was also stupid enough to brag about what he obtained by posting pics of the stolen wreckage on Instagram.
He will is expected to appear in court to face a judge on January 2nd 2014 and Whitty's partner in crime, Janrow, is due to surrender on Tuesday (Dec 10th).
Jameson has attempted to explain his actions via his Instagram by posting the following message;
"I wanted to say, my intentions for the piece I took off the tow truck were to make a memorial out of it. Paul was a childhood idol to me and many. At the time I was not thinking about the consequences it could have, I never wanted it to be like this I wasn't going to sell the piece to a profit. Nobody in this world is perfect, we all make mistakes, Some bigger than others, My deepest apologies got to Paul's family. And I', going to say with confidence that I messed up big time, but continue on with life as should you all."
This disrespectful act will outrage many of Walker's mourners including his co-stars who have paid tribute to their friend since the fatal crash.
R.I.P Paul Walker