CONCORD, N.C. (AP) - Truck Series driver Jennifer Jo Cobb says she feels ``in danger'' of racing Friday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway against another NASCAR driver who was arrested for stealing her team trailer this week.
Cobb reported she had a trailer and its contents, valued at $279,000, taken from her shop Saturday.
Fellow NASCAR driver Mike Harmon says he turned himself into the Cleveland County Sheriff's Department after a warrant was issued for his arrest on charges of felony larceny. He posted $10,000 bond. Harmon says he's innocent of all charges, claiming he was in Darlington, S.C., when the trailer was taken.
He plans to race Friday.
There's some discrepancy over who owns the trailer - Cobb or David Novak, her business partner until last December.
The trailer hasn't been located.

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