Oct 29, 2013, 4:00 PM EDT
The journeyman NASCAR driver was alleged to have stolen Cobb’s race transporter, vehicle and other equipment in the spring. Equipment from Harmon’s garage was later seized by authorities.
Per a report from The Sporting News’ Bob Pockrass, larceny charges against Harmon have been dropped. Those charges were dropped on Friday by the Rowan County (N.C.) district attorney’s office.
Neither driver would really merit the news coverage on their own for on-track performance.
In 2013, Harmon has started seven Nationwide Series races (best finish of 17th at Daytona in February) and 10 Camping World Truck Series races (best finish 22nd at Talladega earlier this month), while Cobb has 14 Truck starts (best finish 17th of Kansas in April) and a solitary Nationwide start this year.
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