A Marin County jury found Max Wade guilty Wednesday of the attempted murder of a Mill Valley man and the theft of a $200,000 Lamborghini belonging to a famous chef.
Wade, 19, was also convicted of firing a gun into an occupied vehicle and possession of stolen property.
But he was acquitted of the attempted murder of Eva Dedier, the 17-year-old Terra Linda girl Wade craved, as well as a burglary charge.
Authorities said Wade shot at Dedier and her boyfriend, Landon Wahlstrom, in a jealous rage over their relationship.
The verdict was reached after one day of deliberations.
Wade's parents, Mike and Leylla, were present for the verdicts and left quickly after. Wade gazed forlornly toward his parents after the verdicts were read.
"I love you, baby!" Leylla Wade cried on her way out of court.
Wade, who grew up in Tiburon and San Rafael, could face about 30 years to life in prison when he is sentenced Dec. 16.
Eva Dedier's parents, Cindy and Jeff, were in court for the verdicts. Dedier, now 19, is a college student in Santa Barbara.
"It was absolute luck and fate that they weren't killed," Jeff Dedier said. "We were the luckiest people. It's like they crashed a plane and didn't get hurt."
The attempted murder case began on April 13, 2012, when Dedier and Wahlstrom left his home in Mill Valley and got into his pickup truck.
A black-clad motorcyclist who was seen lurking in the area rode up to the truck and fired a handgun five times at short distance. Dedier and Wahlstrom escaped with minor injuries from flying glass.
Marin County sheriff's investigators were able to rapidly identify the suspect as Wade, who was known to supply Dedier and other teens with fake IDs. Authorities alleged that Wade desired Dedier and was jealous she was dating Wahlstrom.
During the course of that investigation, sheriff's detectives tailed Wade to a storage facility in Richmond. Wade was arrested after trying to flee and allegedly reaching for a gun he was carrying.
Inside the storage locker, investigators found the motorcycle and gun he allegedly used in the shooting, ammunition, fake IDs for three states, radio-jamming equipment and a replica police uniform. They also found a yellow Lamborghini.
The car was identified as the $200,000 vehicle stolen from a San Francisco dealership in 2011 by a burglar who rappelled from a high window, authorities said. The car belonged to Guy Fieri, a well-known restaurateur who appears on the Food Network.
Wade was charged as an adult even though he was 17 when he was arrested.
The jury trial began Oct. 4 before Judge Kelly Simmons in Marin Superior Court. The prosecution and defense rested Monday afternoon following brief testimony by Fieri.
Several jurors declined to comment after the verdicts Wednesday afternoon.
Wade's defense attorney, Charles Dresow, said he hopes the judge will consider Wade's age and lack of maturity at the sentencing.
"I think the judge has wide discretion," he said.