A fourth person is accused of stealing the identities of victims of the Champlain Towers South collapse in Surfside.
Nelson Ronaldo Garcia-Medina, 20, joined Betsy Alejandra Cacho-Medina, Rodney Choute, and Kimberly Johnson in a court appearance on Thursday.
They all face multiple counts of identity theft, organized scheme to defraud, and trafficking in stolen credit cards.
Garcia-Medina is accused of assuming the identity of someone killed in the June 24 collapse that killed 98 people to buy a $130 pair of Air Jordan sneakers.
Cacho-Medina, Garcia-Media, Choute, and Johnson all remained in the Miami-Dade jail on Friday morning.
They each face 15 to 30 years in prison.