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Leylla Wade, mother of Max Wade, leaves court after her son's sentencing in San Rafael, Calif. on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) Alan Dep

Max Wade, the Marin County teenager convicted of a string of crimes that included a drive-by shooting and theft of a celebrity's $200,000 car, was sentenced to life in prison plus 21 years, four months with the possibility of parole Thursday in Marin Superior Court.

Wade, 19, was found guilty in October of attempted murder, vehicle theft and other charges. Although the crimes were committed when he was under 18, he was charged as an adult.

The shooting occurred on April 13, 2012, in Mill Valley. Wade was convicted of firing a gun at a truck occupied by Landon Wahlstrom, 18, and his girlfriend Eva Dedier, 17, of San Rafael.

File - Max Wade sits in court during opening statements of the trial in which he is charged with attempted murder, among other counts, in San Rafael,
File - Max Wade sits in court during opening statements of the trial in which he is charged with attempted murder, among other counts, in San Rafael, Calif. on Oct. 4, 2013. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) ( Alan Dep )

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.

The investigation led detectives to Wade's storage locker in Richmond, where they found a $200,000 Lamborghini belonging to restaurateur and television chef Guy Fieri. The car was stolen from a San Francisco dealership in 2011 by a burglar who rappelled from a high window, authorities said.

The story will be updated.

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