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Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Jason Steigerwald identified as Maserati Theft Suspect; Wins my "Crook of the Day Award!"

Maserati GranTurismo
Maserati GranTurismo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Wanted to give a HUGE SHOUT out to Jason Steigerwald for winning my "CROOK of the DAY Award!"  Yep.  This clown stole a MASERATI, and GOT AWAY with it.

But wait, he is still "on the lamb."  We can find him... just don't blink too fast when you see him wizzzzzzin by you on the 605 Freeway...

Here is the scoop from my pal Deputy Kim Manatt from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department....

On July 18, 2012, a blue 2008 Maserati Granturismo valued at $75,000 was stolen from Motor Village LA. The suspect posed as a customer in order to steal the vehicle. The suspect asked the salesperson for the ignition key to listen to the engine. The salesperson provided the key and the suspect sat in the driver’s seat and started the engine. While the salesperson was holding on to the opened driver’s door, the suspect put the vehicle in drive and drove away northbound on Figueroa. The theft of the Maserati was captured on security surveillance video. Detectives sought assistance from the public through the media, to identify the suspect captured on the surveillance video. Detectives received numerous tips from law enforcement agencies and the public. This assistance led to the identification of Suspect Jason Allen Steigerwald as the person who stole the Maserati. Suspect Steigerwald was released on parole on July 14, 2012, four days prior to the theft of the Maserati. The 2008 blue Maserati Granturismo in this case was recovered on August 21, 2012, undamaged. Detectives are now asking for the public’s assistance in locating Suspect Steigerwald. He is known to frequent the Los Angeles and Las Vegas areas. If the public has information regarding the whereabouts of Jason Steigerwald please call (800)299-TRAP (8727). For additional information, please contact Lieutenant Dominic Valencia, Taskforce for Regional Autotheft Prevention (TRAP) at 626-625-8401, djvalenc@lasd.org. For the original press release entitled “(Media Availiability) WANTED: Do You Know Who Stole The Maserati ?” please go to the following link: https://wire.nixle.com/pub/4872755/ TRAP was established in 1993 under the direction of the Countywide Criminal Justice Coordination Committee (CCJCC) with the Sheriff designated as the Regional Coordinator. The task force consists of regional investigative teams from various law enforcement agencies in Los Angeles County. TRAP’s mission is to reduce the incidents of auto theft countywide by coordinating a deterrence, investigation, and prosecutorial program with all criminal justice agencies, and private sector business leaders.
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