SAN RAFAEL (CBS SF) — Charges were filed in Marin County Superior Court Tuesday against a 17-year-old San Rafael teen suspected of stealing celebrity chef Guy Fieri’s $200,000 bright yellow Lamborghini from a San Francisco dealership last year.
Max Wade will be prosecuted as an adult on seven felony charges that also include the attempted murder of two people who were shot at while sitting in a parked vehicle on Evergreen Avenue in Mill Valley on April 13, Marin County Chief Deputy District Attorney Barry Borden said Tuesday afternoon.READ MORE: San Jose Police Chief Details Fatal Shootout With Wanted Felon Following Attempted Carjackings
Wade also is charged with shooting at an occupied vehicle, burglary of the British Motor Car Distributors Dealership, theft of the 2008 Lamborghini Spyder Gallardo, possession of the stolen Lamborghini and driving the stolen Lamborghini in Marin County, Borden said.
Borden said the prosecution is alleging the two attempted murder charges were committed with premeditation and deliberation and personal use and discharge of a firearm. Wade faces 15 years to life in prison with the possibility of parole on each attempted murder charge, Borden said.
“We located a motorcycle which we believe was used in the drive-by shooting in Mill Valley,” said Sgt. Mark Hale with the Marin County Sheriff’s Office. “And we recovered other items that we think are related to our shooting.”
Hale said among the items they found in a rented storage container were false ID cards from several states, a full San Francisco Police Department uniform with a badge and duty belt, a dismantled AK-47 and the yellow Lamborghini.
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Wade was being held in the Marin County jail on $2 million bail, Borden said. He was scheduled to enter pleas to the charges on May 10.
In the daring Lamborghini heist, the thief rappelled down from the roof of the dealership, entered through a window, then drove away in the car, San Francisco police said.
Surveillance video footage obtained from the Golden Gate Bridge and the Marin County town of Tiburon showed the Lamborghini driving by after the theft, investigators said.
In the vehicle shooting, Landon Wahlstrom, 18, of San Rafael, and a juvenile girl were injured by broken glass when Wade allegedly shot into their parked vehicle in the 100 block of Evergreen Drive around 11:30 a.m. on April 13, the Marin County Sheriff’s Office said.
The victims said the gunman, dressed in black clothing and wearing a black helmet, drove up to their vehicle on a dark motorcycle and fired a handgun at them from close range, sheriff’s Sgt. Mark Hale said.
Wade was arrested for the shooting around 7 p.m. Saturday in Richmond. Sheriff’s investigators found a motorcycle and other items used in the shooting and Fieri’s Lamborghini convertible in Wade’s storage container at CSI Mini Storage facility at 855 Parr Blvd. in Richmond, Hale said.MORE NEWS: Parental Consent Not Needed For Teen COVID Shots Under Proposed State Law
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