A man has been arrested on suspicion of stealing debris from the site of the car crash that killed Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas on Saturday, CNN reports. A second suspect is expected to surrender shortly.
After the on-scene traffic investigation wrapped up on Saturday, several vehicles followed the flat-bed tow truck that was transporting the remains of the Porsche Carrera GT, according to the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department. While stopped at a red light, the tow truck driver noticed a male exit a vehicle and grab a piece of debris off the truck bed. "The male drove away with the stolen vehicle part," the police report states.
Police obtained a search warrant and arrested Jameson Witty, 18, at his home in Tujunga, Calif. The stolen debris, specifically the Porsche's T-top roof panel, was found at a different home in Canyon Country. Witty was booked on felony grand theft and tampering with evidence, with his bail set at $20,000.
The second suspect, 25, is not in California, but has arranged to surrender himself to authorities.
According to the police report, the investigation into the crash is ongoing.
Walker and Rodas died after the car crashed into a tree and light pole and burst into flames. Autopsy reports released Wednesday said Walker died from traumatic and thermal injuries, while Rodas died from multiple traumatic injuries suffered upon impact.