Sneaker sales are a common occurrence in the shoe world. In every city, you can find a Facebook group or just any kind of group where you can find people to do sneaker transactions with. Whether you want to sell a pair of sneakers or buy them, you can usually find likeminded people who share your passion for sneakers. Unfortunately, a sneaker deal in Nashua, New Hampshire went wrong when a 17-year-old was stabbed over his Yeezys.

In a report from patch.com, Tyngsborough Police Chief Richard Howe explained that a 19-year-old by the name of Dequan Hagen drove to meet with the 17-year-old who he was going to buy a pair of Yeezy's from. Instead of going through with the transaction as planned, Hagen stole the Kanye West-designed shoes and stabbed the 17-year-old in the stomach. 

Hagen eventually turned himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest. The seller who was stabbed was seriously injured, according to police.

As stated in the report, Hagen is being held without bail until his next court date on February 11th. He is being charged with armed robbery, two counts of assault, property destruction, and home invasion.