FBI Needs To Explain ‘Short Ride’ In Stolen Ferrari
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DETROIT (WWJ) – Somebody’s got some explaining to do.
A Michigan insurance company is suing the FBI and Department of Justice for failing to produce records showing how an agent crashed its $750,000 Ferrari.
Court records say the F-50 was recovered in Kentucky in 2008 after being stolen from a Ferrari dealership in Pennsylvania in September 2003.
Justice officials say FBI Special Agent Frederick Kingston took a “short ride” with an Assistant U.S. Attorney and crashed the car moments after leaving the warehouse where it was being stored as evidence.