SAN DIEGO (AP) A Southern California man charged with stealing a $300,000 Ferrari was arrested after reportedly asking for fuel cash.
Santa Ana police arrested Israel Perez Rangel on Nov. 1. He is pleaded not responsible to automotive theft.
Authorities say the 458 Spider was introduced right into a Costa Mesa service middle however stolen in October after a employee left the important thing on a passenger seat.
Safety video confirmed a person in a Ferrari jacket strolling onto the lot and taking it.
Two weeks later, it confirmed up trashed at a Santa Ana Mobil station the place Rangel was asking for fuel cash. He fled however was present in some bushes.
The Los Angeles Occasions says insurers paid the proprietor, Susan Friedman of Laguna Seashore. She used the cash to purchase a 2018 Lamborghini Huracan.