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April 10, 2006

Poor Agent Enzo

It's been a tough couple of months for Stefan Eriksson, the former computer game mogul turned homeland security consultant for the San Gabrial Valley Transit Authorities famed anti-terrorism unit. Totalling his $1 million Ferrari Enzo in a crash at 162 mph was bad enough. Then, two weeks ago, his wife was arrested for driving his (unregisted) Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren without a valid drivers license, and the car was impounded by the LAPD. (Pictures here, courtesy of 13 year-old Spyder Dobrofsky.)

The final indignity occured last Saturday night, when police raided his home and arrested him for grand theft auto (the crime, not the video game). The poor guy is being held without bail because customs and immigration has "put a hold" on him. Of course, his other Ferrari (a black Enzo), was also impounded.

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