Eshays arrested over alleged Maserati and Jeep theft from Woodside Petroleum’s Meg O’Neill in Perth


Three eshay arrested after ‘stealing Maserati and Jeep’ from mega mansion of one of Australia’s top CEOs wearing Nike TN

  • Three eshays allegedly stole Maserati and Jeep from fuel boss
  • They allegedly took a selfie in front of a $150,000 luxury car.
  • Police raided two addresses after Jeep was involved in crash

The three eshays allegedly filmed themselves in front of a luxury car accused of stealing from the energy company CEO’s mansion.

The three, wearing eshay’s trademarked red Nike TN sneakers, are said to have taken a selfie in front of a blue Maserati Ghibli owned by Woodside Energy CEO Meg O’Neill.

Police claim that three men broke into her house in Perth’s City Beach and stole a $150,000 prestigious 3-liter V6 and the family’s $60,000 black Jeep Cherokee.

The three eshays allegedly filmed themselves in front of a luxury car accused of stealing from the energy company CEO’s mansion.

The gang was also alleged to be involved in the theft of an Audi sedan stolen two days earlier on January 8 in Brabham.

The Jeep was involved in a crash just before noon on Tuesday and driver Adam Dion Prior, 30, was taken to hospital as a precaution.

He was a prisoner who was later released and was ordered back to jail after being found to be “a high risk to the community”, leading to a police investigation.

The Rapid High Harm Offender Response Team searched two addresses in Perth, Mount Lawley and Bayswater, where the stolen Audi was allegedly found, leaving the Maserati stranded on the Kiwana Freeway in Baldivis. It was done.

Police claim that three men broke into her home in Perth's City Beach (pictured) and took away the prestigious $150,000 3-liter V6 and the family's $60,000 black Jeep Cherokee.

Police claim that three men broke into her home in Perth’s City Beach (pictured) and took away the prestigious $150,000 3-liter V6 and the family’s $60,000 black Jeep Cherokee.

The investigation also uncovered a photo of three men posing in front of a Maserati.

All the men are dressed in the signature eshay style of designer sporting goods and baseball caps, and their faces are clearly visible.

Three men aged 30, 27 and 24 were arrested and charged with car theft.

Woodside Energy is Australia’s largest independent oil and gas company, valued at $68 billion and ranked among Australia’s top 10 companies and the world’s 1500 largest public companies.

The three, wearing eshay's trademarked red Nike TN sneakers, are said to have taken a selfie in front of a blue Maserati Ghibli owned by Woodside Energy CEO Meg O'Neill (pictured).

The three, wearing eshay’s trademarked red Nike TN sneakers, are said to have taken a selfie in front of a blue Maserati Ghibli owned by Woodside Energy CEO Meg O’Neill (pictured).

A Jeep Cherokee (similar to this one) was involved in a crash hours later just before noon on Tuesday, and driver Adam Dion Prior, 30, was taken to hospital as a precaution.

A Jeep Cherokee (similar to this one) was involved in a crash hours later just before noon on Tuesday, and driver Adam Dion Prior, 30, was taken to hospital as a precaution.

O’Neill was named CEO in August 2021 after previously working for Exxon, Texas. It’s unclear if she was at her home when the alleged theft occurred.

Washington state police told the Daily Mail Australia that they were being charged with three counts of theft of a motor vehicle, aggravated burglary and theft by Mount Lawley.

He has also been charged with reckless driving to escape police pursuit.struggling to stop, and no Right to drive. He appeared in court on his January 11th.

The other two men are next scheduled to appear in Perth Magistrate’s Court on 8 February.

Kaelum Bevan Malcolm Simmons, 27, from Wickepin, has been charged with two counts of auto theft, two counts of theft and one count of aggravated residential burglary.

A 24-year-old man from Westminster faces three counts of motor vehicle theft, two counts of theft and one count of aggravated residential burglary.

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