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Two suspects reach plea deal in Richard Chilldress’ home break-in case

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CHARLOTTE, NC - JANUARY 20: Richard Childress speaks to the audience following his induction to the NASCAR Hall of Fame at the NASCAR Hall of Fame on January 20, 2017 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Mike Comer/Getty Images)

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Two of the three men arrested for breaking into Richard Childress’ Lexington, North Carolina, home on Dec. 17 have reached a plea deal in their case.

Chantz Hines, 19, and Niquan Victorin, 21, each pled guilty to one felony charge of conspiracy to commit first degree burglary, according to court documents. They will face between 31 - 50 months in prison. The jail time Victorin (124 days) and Hines (152) days) have already served will be counted off their sentence.


Hines, Victorin and Armeka Spinks, 19, were arrested on Dec. 29.

Spinks’ next court date is scheduled for July 16.

When they were arrested, the trio was initially charged with one count of first degree trespassing and one count of attempted first degree burglary.

During the investigation,they were was also charged with a felony count of conspiracy and a felony count of possession of stolen firearms.

Spinks still faces two felony charges of possession of a stolen firearm, one felony charge of conspiracy to commit first degree burglary and one felony charge of conspiracy.

Richard Childress Racing declined to comment.

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