VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. - A former security supervisor at the Daytona International Speedway is facing
The merchandise was found in Wiggins' home.
Racing memorabilia, everything from hats to die cast race cars sold on
"Several of them occurred in 2012, there was a couple in 2013 and just a lot of merchandise was stolen,"
Detectives found much of that merchandise with Wiggins. He was a security supervisor at the Speedway during the time of those burglaries.
Detectives first met a business associate of Wiggins who they say sold stolen Fanvision controllers to a couple of race fans. They tried to use them at the Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee, according to police.
"They went to have them programmed and they were told they were reported stolen from Daytona in February of 2012," Dinardi said.
Police say they searched the home of Wiggins' associate and found stolen NASCAR goods. He told them
"Mr. Wiggins approached him, said he had all this merchandise and if he would enter into a partnership with him on selling the stuff on eBay
Wiggins associate has not been charged. So far, Wiggins is not talking to