Assault Rifles, Ammo Found In Teen's Storage Unit

Teen charged as an adult in crime spree case

By Caitlin Matalone
|  Wednesday, May 2, 2012  |  Updated 6:37 AM PDT
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Assault Rifles, Ammo Found In Teen's Storage Unit

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Assault Rifles, fake identifications and a full San Francisco Police uniform.

Those are just a few of the items found inside a storage locker belonging to a teenager, accused of stealing a celebrity chef's luxury car.

Michael Wade, 17, now faces a slew of charges in a suspected crime spree in San Francisco and Marin County.

The Marin Indepdent Journal reports, sheriff's investigators also found shotgun shells, and equipment used for jamming cell phones and radios inside the teen's storage unit in Richmond.

During the search, investigators also found a stolen yellow Lamborghini belonging to Bay Area celebrity chef Guy Fieri.

Investigators searched the storage unit after linking the teen to a shooting in Mill Valley in April.

Wade is now charged as an adult with two counts of attempted murder, vehicle theft, shooting at an occupied vehicle, commercial burglary, and receiving stolen property.

His bail is set at $2 million.

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