Guy Fieri Gets His Stolen Lamborghini Back + What You Can Fit Inside a Storage Container
Guy Fieri, happy again
Food Network/Alan Poulin
The Associated Press reports that celebrity chef Guy Fieri can finally start driving his stolen $200,000 bumblebee yellow 2008 Gallardo Spyder convertible to all those diners and dives again. Max Michael Wade, 17, of San Rafael, was charged yesterday with an assortment of crimes: two counts of attempted murder, shooting at an occupied vehicle, commercial burglary, receiving stolen property and vehicle theft -- of Fieri's Lamborghini, which was recovered more than a year after it was stolen.
Wade, who turns 18 this summer and was charged as an adult, was arrested after sheriff's investigators tracked down the teenager's rented storage container. Inside of which, according to the Marin Independent Journal, they found quite the anarchist's grocery list. What was inside?
A dismantled AK-47 assault rifle, another assault rifle, shotgun shells and electronic jamming equipment, false identification cards (for California, Florida and New York), local police scanner coordinates, a complete San Francisco Police Department uniform (including badge and duty belt), a motorcycle, a gun from an earlier shooting and (ta-da) Fieri's Lamborghini.
Imagine what the kid could fit into a Volkswagen bug.
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