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    Remember this case, about a month ago it was posted as this guy had his own police force, and no one could figure out how and why. Here is a followup story, not much clarity yet, but a better idea of what is going on.

    http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-ferrari10apr10,0,4117260.story?coll=la-home-headlines

    Arrest Is Made in Ferrari Accident
    Stefan Eriksson, held on suspicion of grand theft, hadn't made payments on the Enzo wrecked in Malibu or on two other cars, authorities say.
    By Richard Winton and David Pierson, Times Staff Writers
    April 10, 2006
    Sheriff's deputies have arrested the Swedish video game executive who crashed in a rare Ferrari in Malibu in February, alleging that he didn't own that car and others in his $3.5-million exotic car collection, authorities said Sunday.
    Stefan Eriksson faces grand theft charges after detectives raided his gated Bel-Air estate Friday night, spent six hours searching it and then took him into custody Saturday night.
    Los Angeles County sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said detectives concluded that the wrecked Ferrari, a red Enzo — as well as a rare Mercedes and a second, black Enzo — were owned by British financial institutions.
     

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