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A crew of Detroit car thieves seriously upped their game this week after stealing a Hellcat Challenger straight off the showroom floor.

A high-speed chase through Fort Worth, Texas ended in dramatic fashion when FWPD pulled armed burglary suspects from the burning wreckage of their escape vehicle.

Jenson Button, his wife, and friends were allegedly robbed of nearly $500,000 in valuables when burglars pumped anesthetic gas through their rented villa in Saint-Tropez.

A Los Angeles man is being accused of using his 2003 BMW X5 as a battering ram to break into an Apple Store in Temecula, CA last week. The morning robbery on September 6 was caught by surveillance cameras, which show the BMW barreling through the store's glass front and a number of masked men hopping out to snatch iPhone and iPad display models.

Stealing cars is (obviously) against the law, and getting caught usually translates into a significant prison term. We're guessing the crime is just a bit stiffer if you're caught attempting to swipe the ride of a judge, especially if you just left her court room.

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