​Guy Fieri Lamborghini Thief Goes To Prison For Life​​

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January 25, 2021

The man who stole a $200,000 Lamborghini last year from chef celebrity Guy Fieri has been sentenced to life in prison on Jan. 25. However, it wasn’t just the car theft alone that warranted the heavy sentence for Max Wade.

Wade, 19, had been charged in Marin County Superior Court, north of San Francisco, of attempted murder and other crimes in addition to the Lamborghini theft, the Marin Independent Journal reports.

The attempted murder charge comes in connection with a drive-by shooting that occurred in April, in Mill Valley, Calif. In the truck where two people he knew, Landon Wahstrom, 18, and Eva Dedier, 17, of San Rafael.

The shooting investigation, however, led detectives to Wade’s storage locker. There, they found the Lamborghini.

The life term has the possibility of ending early if Wade is granted parole, but he also faces a separate sentence of 21 years and four months in prison. According to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, offenders sentenced to life with the possibility of parole cannot be released until the Board of Parole Hearings determines that the felon is ready to return to society.

Among Wade’s crimes was a drive-by shooting that occurred April 13, 2012, in Mill Valley.

Wade was convicted of firing at a truck occupied by two acquaintances — Landon Wahstrom, 18, and Eva Dedier, 17, of San Rafael.

Prosecutors alleged that Wade desired Dedier and was jealous that she was with Wahlstrom.

The investigation of the shooting led detectives to Wade’s storage locker, where he was keeping the $200,000 Lamborghini. The sports car owner is known for his Food Network show “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.”