Food Network Host's Stolen Lamborghini Turns Up in California Self-Storage Unit
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Posted on: 05/01/2012



 

Sheriff's investigators on Saturday recovered the recently stolen Lamborghini of celebrity chef Guy Fieri, the host of Food Network shows such as "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," in a self-storage unit at CSI Mini Storage in Richmond, Calif.

The 2008 Lamborghini Gallardo turned up because authorities were executing a search warrant on the unit of Max Michael Wade, 17, of San Rafael, Calif. Wade, who will be charged as an adult, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of shooting into an occupied car earlier this month in Mill Valley, Calif.

The car had been missing since March 8, when it was swiped from a car distributor's garage in San Francisco. Police said the thief rappelled from the roof of the building, entered through a window, then drove away in the car, which is valued at more than $200,000.

Also in the unit, Marin County Sheriff's investigators found a black motorcycle that matched the description from the shooting. The shooter was reportedly riding a black motorcycle when he shot into the occupied car on April 13. Authories also discovered various weapons and surveillance technology.

CSI Mini Storage has two Bay Area locations in Richmond and Alameda.