Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers: Arrest made in November robbery

Police in Howard County Maryland have made an arrest stemming from a robbery that happened in late November. On November 28, 2020 the adult male victim told police he was approached on the 7000 block of Montgomery Road in Elkridge by five male suspects whose faces were partially covered. One of the suspects displayed a handgun and the victim was relieved of his cellular phone and sneakers before exiting the area. Investigators identified and arrested one of the suspects Edwin Espinoza Sanabria ,17. He was charged as adult with armed…

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Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers: Westchester duo arrested for sneaker robbery

A pair of Westchester males were arrested for allegedly robbing a man of a pair of sneakers from the seller. According o Hudson Police Chief David Dosin, the incident occurred on Monday, December 21 at around 9 p.m. The Hudson PD received a call from a Brooklyn resident who indicated that he was in the parking lot of The Andrus Home completing the arranged meeting with two individuals regrading the sale of high-end sneaker valued at $4,000. Upon arrivals at the predetermined location, the seller allowed the individuals to take…

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Attempted sneaker thief gets killed trying to rob seller

You play stupid games you win stupid prizes. Things ended very badly for a sneaker thief in Rosedale, Maryland. According to Officer Jennifer Peach of the Baltimore County PD, 20-year-old Kumar Burney, of Rosedale, made arrangements to purchase an expensive pair of shoes from a man on a popular selling application. The meeting location and time was Rosedale‚Äôs Golden Ring Shopping Center last Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Peach said, “While this exchange was occurring, the buyer apparently attempted to rob the seller of the item he was there to buy.…

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Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers: Update – one of the internet idiots charged as adult

In two of the most recent instalments of Stupid Things , we have reported on the case of two New Jersey youths that robbed a seller of two pairs of Air Jordans and then took to social media wearing the shoes they stole. Though one of the sneaker stealing duo, Dwayne Quamir Johnson is 17, he was arraigned as an adult on two counts of robbery and one count each of aggravated assault, simple assault , theft, firearms not to be carried without a license and possession of a firearm…

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Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers: Arranged social media sneaker sale leads to armed robbery

A Salem, New Hampshire resident found himself the victim of a robbery at a sneaker sale. The victim arranged the sale of footwear via snapchat with 19-year-old Derick Moncion. However when Moncion arrived he had two other individuals in tow. According to police Mancion then pulled a gun on the would-be seller and threatened to shoot him if the sneakers were not handed over. The seller/victim reported the robbery to relief that same day. Over the course of the following week a police investigation complied enough evidence to obtain an…

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Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers: Snapchat sneaker sale ends in robbery

A sneaker sale in Hartford, Connecticut ended in armed robbery. The sale of the sneakers was arranged on Snapchat and a meeting location of 447 Barbour Street was set. Shortly after the meetings commenced with the seller , the victim found himself confronted by four men and guns drawn on him , who then proceeded to relieve him of his values and run off. According to Sgt. Valentine Olabasi, the victim then get to an area where he could call police. Officers subsequently arrived and arrested two individuals after a…

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Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers: One of social media sneaker robbers were arrested

in a recent edition of Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers, we lowlighted the account of two crumbums who allegedly forcibly separated a would-be seller from two pair of sneakers. The duo would then wash that criminality down with a helping of nincompoopery by posting themselves on Instagram wearing the ill-gotten footwear. Seventeen-year-old Dwayne Quamir Johnson of Newark was one of two males that robbed the seller of two shoes that were to be sold at an October 20 meeting arranged via social media. According to the criminal complaint, an…

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Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers : One Suspect in Richmond sneaker shop looting arrested

In the most recent edition of Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers, we reported on a Richmond, California sneaker store that was looted in lieu in an alleged case of post election chaos. It was also reported there had been one arrest of the several alleged perpetrators of the theft. One of the suspects was apprehended Thursday morning following a chase across the San Francisco Bay Bridge and into the Potrero Hill neighbourhood. According to police , several pairs of brand new sneakers, a face mask and other evidence was…

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Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers: Internet idiots rob man at gun point then post on IG wearing the shoes

It is these types of stories that are the precise reason that this Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers was created. In Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, local police are investigating a robbery that centered around two males armed with a firearm that stole two pairs of sneakers. According to police, the victim indicated he had arranged a meeting at with two men to sell two pairs of Air Jordans for $400 apiece. At the meeting, as the two buyers was trying on the sneakers, one of the them brandished a handgun and…

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Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers: post-election looters take Yeezys

This most recent presidential election has been the most contentious that I can recall seeing. Whether the candidate you supported won or was defeated, jubilation or disappointment should expressed in a reasonable manner, and it most certainly should not include engaging in illegal activity. Unfortunately people in Richmond, California did not adhere to that , as according to local police , there have been multiple looting incidents around the Bay Area since Election Night. The most recent of these events occurred at a Richmond sneaker store. According to authorities, 100…

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