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Balloon boy' Falcon Heene, 9, now part of metal band Falcon Heene, who sparked a dramatic pursuit of a balloon in 2009, now leads the Heene Boyz, a metal band with his brothers Brad and Ryo. Published: Wednesday, December 12, 2012, 5:55 PM Updated:
Richard and Mayumi Heene retrieved their balloon last year from the Larimer County Sheriff's Office, and took it with them to Florida. An Aurora man now has the balloon afer buying it in an online auction / Coloradoan file photo The world's most
Colo. (AP) — The former Colorado couple that told authorities their son floated away in a helium balloon have made a video saying they'll auction off the inflatable to raise money for Japanese earthquake and tsunami relief. TMZ.
The former Colorado couple that told authorities their son floated away in a helium balloon have made a video saying they'll auction off the inflatable to raise money for Japanese earthquake and tsunami relief. TMZ.com posted the video in which
TMZ Staff " Balloon Boy " dad Richard Heene is selling off the infamous balloon that made him the most hated father in America -- and if everything goes to plan ... he'll raise over a million bucks for charity in the process. Richard posted a video
Richard Heene's three sons, including the Balloon Boy himself Falcon Heene, are forming a band, according to the website RadarOnline. The website reports that 7-year-old Falcon will front the band. The family made international headlines in October
The retrieval was detailed in the blog of Sheriffs Office Public Information Officer Eloise Campanella, who poked fun at the couple she said has no idea how they turned my life (indeed the lives of many of us) upside down with their antics. She wrote:
I was struck by a news brief last week. "After agreeing to $36,000 in restitution, committing to working 10 weekends for nonprofit groups and completing a 90-day sentence, Richard and Mayumi Heene now have their balloon back. "The Larimer County
The parents of "balloon boy" Falcon Heene on Tuesday agreed to pay more than $36,000 in restitution stemming from their Oct. 15, 2009 hoax in which they claimed their son floated away from their Fort Collins home in a UFO-shaped helium balloon.
Mayumi Heene received a lesser sentence in part because she confessed and cooperated, prosecutors said. The balloon�s flight and crash landing captivated viewers across the globe for about three hours as the public feared Fal-con was aboard the