Paul Walker's Death: Second Porsche 'Thief' Booked
A 25-year-old and an 18-year-old have both been charged with felony grand theft of personal property and two misdemeanors and face up to four and a half years in jail if convicted.
A second man charged with stealing a piece of the car in which Fast & Furious actor Paul Walker died has turned himself in.
Authorities say 25-year-old Anthony Janow surrendered Tuesday at the San Fernando courthouse. He was booked and released on $60,000 bail.
His attorney's name wasn't released.
Walker and the car's driver, Roger Rodas, died Nov. 30 when their Porsche crashed in the Los Angeles suburb of Santa Clarita.
Prosecutors say Janow and 18-year-old Jameson Witty stole a roof panel as the wreckage was being towed away.
They were charged Monday with felony grand theft of personal property and two misdemeanors. They face up to four and a half years in jail if convicted. Witty also is free on bail.
The coroner on Monday released Walker's body to a Hollywood mortuary.