Walton's car was later crashed in East Oakland.

By SI Wire
November 24, 2015

A Mercedes-Benz owned by Warriors interim head coach Luke Walton was among the many cars stolen in an Oakland Hills crime spree last week, according to NBC Bay Area.

A district attorney said Walton's car was stolen by two suspects that are wanted for attacking a 75-year-old woman, according to NBC Bay Area. A home burglary and another missing Mercedez-Benz are part of the police investigation.

Lamonte Campbell, 20, was charged on Monday with car-jacking, assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury, first-degree residential burglary, unlawful driving or taking of a vehicle, and evading an officer with willful disregard, according to the Contra Costa Times.

Walton's car was later crashed in East Oakland.

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Walton has filled in for head coach Steve Kerr as he recovers from two off-season back surgeries. The Warriors, who have started the season 15–0, could become the first team to win their first 16 games with a victory against the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night.

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