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One sneakerhead hurled a glass bottle, hitting a woman in the face.
When the victim refused to handover his sneakers, the suspect took out a blade and stabbed him in his left arm, abdomen and right thigh.
If you can't sate a craving for artificially-flavored death crystals from a branded sneaker shop in Prospect Heights then what the hell are we even doing here?
It's an exhibit for everyone from "a sneaker addict who could give you every description down to the thread count stitches on the Air Jordan 11" to a grandparent.
The still-unreleased sneakers are worth about $200 a pair.
"I like to be naked. It turns me on," Haines said. "I wish I could do it all the time. I would if I could if I wouldn’t get in trouble."
Everything's coming up sneakers this weekend.
At least he wore sneakers.
Police are looking for a pair of robbers who put a gun to a 1-year-old's head at a Brooklyn apartment earlier this month.
The $250 sneakers were to go on sale at midnight at the Soho store at 270 Lafayette Street, but the crowds of sneakerheads proved to be too much.
Today, Nike released between 3,000 and 5,000 pairs of West's Air Yeezy line's newest incarnation for sale in the United States.
According to police, three thieves cornered and beat up a 14-year-old Bronx boy while he was waiting for an elevator in his building earlier this week. You can see video of the confrontation below.
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