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Posted by: Kevin Martinez
A Craigslist hoverboard sale turned bloody in Manhattan when the “buyers” turned out to be a bunch of thieves who stole the hot items and shot the seller, court records show.
Daniel Arathon, 22, was shot one time in the abdomen and once in the buttocks on West 138th Street in Harlem around 4 p.m. Friday, police sources said.
He and a friend had met the five men and planned to sell the boards for for a total of $1,500. The thugs instead took the hoverboards and said they would return shortly with payment.
Several minutes later two of the five returned – but with a gun.
“What are you doing with your phone?” the sellers were asked, according to the court papers. “Who did you just call? What are you still doing here anyway?”
One of the men pulled a silver handgun, pointed it at Arathon and fired at least two shots from about 10 feet away, court records and sources say.
Raheem Adamson, 30, was arrested soon after and charged with robbery, felony assault and criminal possession of a weapon. He is not believed to be the shooter, according to court records show.
A judge set his bail at $200,000 cash or $300,000 bond.
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