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Video: Man Arrested After Stealing Ferrari Twice

September 09, 2014  | 

VIDEO: Man Arrested for Stealing Ferrari Twice

A 39-year-old man was arrested by Fontana, Calif., police after allegedly stealing a Ferrari twice, authorities announced Monday, reports KTLA.

Officers initially located Earnie Steven Hooks in the Ferrari, which had been reported stolen, after he allegedly fled a DUI checkpoint in Fontana late last month, according to a news release from the Fontana Police Department.

The vehicle was found abandoned and taken to a local impound. A day after the incident, the suspect allegedly broke into the impound facility and stole the Ferrari for a second time, the release stated.

He was located by detectives last Thursday allegedly driving the stolen vehicle and now faces a number of charges, including theft and unlawful taking or driving of a vehicle, authorities said.

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TheRookie @ 9/10/2014 3:56 PM

Got to watch the above news story. Oops looks like he definitely resisted. What a nice photo. LOL.

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