Success giveth, crime taketh away.
On Wednesday night in Los Angeles, a very expensive truck belonging to Marshmello’s manager Moe Shalizi was stolen and involved in a police chase that extended from the San Fernando Valley to Malibu and then back to the Valley.
The hijinks started when Shalizi’s Ford VelociRaptor 6×6 — which has a starting price tag of $350,000 — was stolen from the service bay of a dealership in Van Nuys, Calif., by a man riding a bicycle.
The very large truck was later spotted by a helicopter careening through Malibu, where police attempted to stop it with a pit maneuver and spike strip. But no dice! The thief then drove back to the Valley, where he ran several stoplights before running into a light pole while exiting a Taco Bell parking lot. The driver eventually surrendered and was peacefully arrested.
“The truck’s involved in a live pursuit on KCAL 9,” Shalizi said when sharing video of the chase to his Instagram story. “This is crazy.”
Indeed, it’s “OK Not to Be OK” when material possessions “Come & Go,” but Shalizi will very likely be “Happier” when his truck is replaced.
Watch CBS Los Angeles’ coverage of the incident below.