Drug Guy Made Away With 800 Pairs of Sneakers

it's not by the fastest but by the smartest
You might be wondering how smart this guy can be 

According to KRON 4, 52-year-old Kelvin Torain Millage is accused of stealing approximately 800 pairs from the Nike Factory Store Store in Northeast Portland. With a retail value of more than $5,000, the thief admitted to police that he would steal shoes to fund his drug habit.

The stark admission came after Millage was identified as the suspect through the store's surveillance footage and subsequently arrested with three bindles of heroin in his possession.

According to court documents, Millage was involved in several thefts, each time with a higher retail value:

March 27 – Shoes valued at $349.97 stolen
April 3 – Shoes valued at $1,200 stolen
April 4 – Shoes valued at $1,500 stolen
May 6 – Shoes valued at $2,425 stolen

There's no word on exactly how Millage managed to walk out of the Nike Store with thousands of dollars worth of sneakers on multiple occasions, but with 23 felony, 22 misdemeanor and 21 probation violations in the past, he's surely a seasoned criminal. For his most recent crimes, he's charged with five counts of theft and one count each of criminal conspiracy to commit theft and unlawful possession of heroin. Millage is due back in court later this month.

How smart and at the same time dumb!!!.
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