Police later executed a search warrant at Mayfield’s residence and found about half the stolen property.
The indictments are the latest in a series of legal problems for Mayfield, who was in court earlier this month to answer five additional felony charges of methamphetamine possession. His Newton, NC, home is scheduled to go on the auction block later this month, after Mayfield and his wife defaulted on more than $3 million in mortgage loans owed to Carolina Farm Credit. He recently suffered the latest in a series of judicial setbacks in his lawsuit against NASCAR, CEO Brian France and the company that oversaw his failed 2009 drug test, when the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld an earlier ruling by Judge Graham Mullen that he had waived his right to sue the sanctioning body.