No Black Friday Deal: Attempt to Trade Stolen Car for Lamborghini Thwarted

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In a bold attempt that has left both law enforcement and car enthusiasts baffled, a 38-year-old woman, identified as Ashley Lena Norfleet, was charged with a false statement to obtain credit after allegedly trying to trade in a stolen vehicle for a brand-new Lamborghini on Black Friday. This bizarre incident unfolded in Harris County, where court records have detailed the attempt.

According to the records, Norfleet brought in a vehicle, later identified as stolen, as a trade-in to finance a 2023 Lamborghini Urus, a luxury car priced at an eye-watering $411,884.57. The specifics of how and where Norfleet acquired the stolen vehicle remain a mystery, with details yet to be released by authorities.

Watch the critical mistake a fleeing suspect made here.

Norfleet, whose bond was set at $5,000, managed to secure her release and is scheduled to appear in court on Monday. The circumstances surrounding her acquisition of the stolen vehicle and the decision to use it for such a high-stakes transaction have raised numerous questions.

The Harris County law enforcement and the dealership involved have refrained from releasing further details at this stage. However, this case is already being cited as one of the most audacious attempts at vehicle fraud in recent times.

Source: ABC13

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