NASCAR driver Jordan Anderson cleared of possession of stolen truck charge, reports say


A possession of stolen property demand towards NASCAR Tenting Earth Truck Collection driver Jordan Anderson has been dropped following his attorney achieved an agreement with the Rowan County, N.C., investigators on Tuesday.

Jordan experienced been accused of getting an allegedly stolen race truck with some information of its record, and an arrest warrant was issued previous 7 days following he missed a day to change himself into authorities and surrender the vehicle.

In a statement issued to WLTX Jordan said that his “attorney has stayed in constant get hold of with the Rowan County District Legal professional handling the scenario to access a resolution, which has resulted in expenses staying dropped and voluntary dismissal becoming filed previously this early morning devoid of have to have of a formal arrest.”

ESPN reported that the Rowan County clerk of court’s place of work confirmed Tuesday that the fees had been dropped, citing inadequate proof.

Jordan explained that the truck was “delivered before this week to a location desired by the Rowan County Sherriff’s Office.”

On Monday, a Sheriff’s division spokesperson instructed Fox News that there experienced been no new developments in the case.

Anderson’s lawyer has not nonetheless responded to a ask for for remark.

Anderson bought the truck from Robert Newling of Newfab Race Cars and trucks garage in Mooresville. Newling has been charged with larceny because he did not individual the vehicle at the time of the sale, according to authorities.

In his assertion, Anderson thanked his enthusiasts for their help, producing:

“This has been rather a humbling lesson in being a new workforce proprietor and the significance of discerning who you do organization with. I acquire good honor in representing to the greatest of my ability my fans, associates and household, and am grateful for your grace, help and prayers by way of this all.”

Anderson is expected to return to racing at the Fred’s 250 in Talledega on Oct. 13.