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Lamborghini Theft: California Teen Steals Guy Fieri’s Car

Police find car, weaponry in teen's storage unit

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Lamborghini Theft: California Teen Steals Guy Fieri’s Car
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Lamborghini theft is no laughing matter, regardless of who you are or how much money you make. However, if you’re going to steal a car from a Food Network star, might as well take Guy Fieri’s ride. The guy is all over the place these days, so there’s a very strong possibility that he’s got enough cash to purchase something along the lines of a $200,000 convertible Lamborghini. In fact, his car is so exceptionally cool that someone had to rappel into the dealership in order to swipe it. However, this is just the tip of the iceberg, as this story has several interesting plot twists.

Not only is Max Michael Wade, 17, being charged with the theft of Fieri’s precious little vehicle, he’s also facing two attempted murder charges, as well. When police followed Wade back to his storage unit, they found a stash of hardcore weaponry, cellphone jamming equipment, a San Francisco police officer’s uniform, and a badge. Fieri’s stolen automobile was stuffed inside the unit, as well. The whole scenario sounds like something you might find in something like “Grand Theft Auto” or “Saints Row”. It’s kind of frightening.

Fieri’s Lamborghini has been missing for over a year.

Police believe that Wade is responsible for firing shots at two teenagers inside a truck, a crime he executed while riding a motorcycle. That, too, was found tucked away inside the would-be high-tech gangster’s secret stash.

Wade could face up to 30 years in prison if he’s found guilty of the charges.

Lamborghini Theft: California Teen Steals Guy Fieri’s Car
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  • Zack

    Repel into the dealership? I think you mean “rappel”. Doesn’t anybody read this stuff before it’s published?

    • Courtney

      Zack please read the article again. He meant “rappel” and he wrote “rappel”. I think you read the article a little too fast.

      • WC

        @ Courtney – Or the writer of the article typed ‘Repel’, saw Zack’s comment and went back and changed it to ‘rappel’.

        The digital age means never having to say ‘oops.’

  • http://www.webpronews.com/author/richard-stalker Richard Stalker

    Dude!!! You must get paid a ton of money to police the internet for spelling mistakes!! How do I get that job?

  • harryPotter

    Hey Courtney it’s called editing an article, maybe yo read the article late.

  • BcdErick

    OK, what I want know is that if this is true; which is questionable but possible, well how? How did the alleged perpetrator get all the money to do this? Was this a “Mission Impossible” sideline? Or was he working at McDonalds and just stole a few Big Macs to finance all the weaponry? I mean this seriously.

  • sam

    30 years in prison for what? jesus christ, america.

  • http://www.beevsmart.com Kenny Weinstein

    Guy
    Being a real fan of yours, as the global distributor of VEHSMART if u had our device u would hav had ur car returned within moments from discovery
    My brother in-law owns Manhattan Motorcars in NYC
    The official Lamborghini porsche dealer and has sold many
    Devices. The unit also diagnoses car and notifies if loved one gets into accident within 10-14 SECONDS