MONROE — Two juveniles face “numerous charges” as suspects in the theft of a McLaren 720S owned by former Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis, according to a report from the Union County Sheriff’s Office.
A secure custody order has been issued for both juveniles, according to UCSO; per state law, their identities will not be released to the public.
The Sheriff’s Office announced the arrests Wednesday afternoon. The crime was committed early Tuesday morning and the luxury sports car, which is valued around $300,000 new according to truecar.com, had been wrecked less than a mile from the Davis home.
Davis also reported two stolen firearms from one of the unlocked vehicles in the driveway.
The 38-year-old Davis was a first-round pick of the Panthers in 2005 and he played 16 seasons in the NFL. The linebacker made the Pro Bowl three times. He retired from the NFL in March of 2021.
According to spotrac.com, Davis earned nearly $74 million from the NFL, and he generated addition revenue from endorsement deals.