Four-Woman Ring Accused of Drugging and Stealing From Men: Deputies

They target men and steal money, guns, jewelry and other valuable items from them, authorities said.

Friday, Jun 28, 2013  |  Updated 8:08 AM EDT
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Authorities are searching for a four-member ring of women who have gone home with men they meet at upscale bars, drug them and then steal from them. NBC 6's Christina Hernandez reports.

Authorities are searching for a four-member ring of women who have gone home with men they meet at upscale bars, drug them and then steal from them. NBC 6's Christina Hernandez reports.

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Florida authorities are searching for a four-member ring of women who have gone home with men they meet at upscale bars, drug them and then steal from them.

The Broward Sheriff's Office has gotten arrest warrants for Subhanna Beyah, 25, Johnnina Miller, 25, Keshia Clark, 27, and Ryan Elkins, 23. They target men and steal money, guns, jewelry and other valuable items from them, authorities said.

Beyah has identified herself as Crystal at least once, the sheriff's office said. A man ran into her at an upscale restaurant on Fort Lauderdale's Las Olas Boulevard one Saturday night in March, they talked and went to his Pompano Beach house where she made him a vodka cocktail, according to authorities.

He woke up the next afternoon, she was gone and so was $6,000 in cash and four watches – two Rolexes, a Cartier and a Paniere – which were in his bedroom. They were worth about $100,000.

A detective who worked the case created a composite sketch of Crystal. Beyah has an extensive criminal history, authorities said. 

“It's sad," said Giselle Thackray, who was out on Las Olas Boulevard Thursday night. "You think you're going out for fun and all of a sudden just wake up. It's bad.”

Anyone with information about these crimes should contact Det. Ron Cusumano at (954) 786-4200 or report information anonymously at (954) 493-TIPS (8477) or online at www.browardcrimestoppers.org.  A reward of up to $1,000 will be paid for an anonymous tip that leads to an arrest.

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