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Paul Walkers body released to funeral home

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Tuesday, Paul Walker's body was released and his family began to make funeral arrangements; Forest Lawn Mortuaries received Paul Walker body Tuesday for his family, according to the LA Times.

Paul Walker, 40, died on the afternoon of November 30 in a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT in Valencia; he was the passenger in the car. Roger Rodas, 38, was driving the vehicle.

Last week, James Witty was arrested for stealing a piece of the car that Paul Walker died in. Witty posted a photo of the piece of the car on social media and he apologized yesterday. A second man, Anthony Janow, 25, who was also involved in the theft turned himself in to police Tuesday and was arrested. They both face felony theft charges. Witty was released on bail Friday. For more on this story, click here.

Paul Walker died in Santa Clarita, California in a car accident, he had just left a holiday toy charity event for “Reach Out World Wide” when he jumped into the passenger seat of the car with the man who owned the car. The car crashed about 500 yards from the event and witnesses could hear the crash from the event. For more on this story, see the links below.

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