Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers: Identity of dead person used to purchase sneakers

Defectives in Miami-Dade County, Florida have arrested a fourth suspect in an intricate identity-theft scheme entered around using the identities of the victims of the Surfside condominium collapse. According to detectives, 20-year-old Nelson Ronald Garcia-Medina used the information of a person killed in that horrific event to purchase a $130 pair of sneakers. According to local10.com Garcia-Medina’s arrest comes after Betsy Alejandra Cacho-Medina, 30, Kimberly Michelle Johnson, 34, and Rodney Choute, 38, were taken into custody in the scheme Wednesday, September 9. They face 15-30 years if convicted of their various charges.…

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Giannis and the Milwaukee Bucks: winning the the right way cements a legacy

The Milwaukee Bucks hoisted the Larry O’Brien for the first time in 50 years and dare I say, it was one of the most satisfying championships that I have witnessed in the past several years. Why is that you may ask, and that is because this championship was the culmination of a team building itself up over time to reach this point; it had a feel from an era gone by. As enjoyable as it was seeing Lebron James finally getting that championship gorilla off his back, it was seen…

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Up close with the black and red Air Jordan 11 Low IE

The Air Jordan 11 IE turned 25 this year and in celebration of this milestone, Jordan Brand is bringing back this under appreciated classic. As we previously reported the upcoming version of the IE is supposed to be a more faithful reproduction of the original that worn by the gentleman pictured below, meaning no smokey outsoles. The black and red Air Jordan 11 Low IE is scheduled to make its return September 17 at nike-com and select vetted establishments where they will carry a 170 USD sticker price. Air Jordan…

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