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- According to an arrest report, both women met a victim Tuesday night at Club Rockwell on Washington Avenue.
Officers arrested two women for allegedly drugging multiple men in separate incidents in Miami Beach and stealing over $60,000 in watches, phones and cash.
Both women, 23-year-old Rainey Corral and 24-year-old Alyssa Grooms, appeared in bond court Thursday morning facing multiple charges of grand theft, burglary and several drug charges from the cases this month.
According to an arrest report, both women met a victim Tuesday night at Club Rockwell on Washington Avenue – after which he invited them back to his apartment on Collins Avenue and fell asleep.
When he awoke, the victim said both Corral and Grooms were gone – as was a $45,000 Rolex watch, an iPhone X and iPhone 8 along with $5000 in cash. Surveillance video at the apartment showed both women entering with the victim and leaving alone.
Officers spotted a vehicle both Corral and Grooms were in on Wednesday near the 100 block of 7th Street and arrested both women after they were found with several narcotics including marijuana and several packets of a light blue powder police say was consistent with GHB.
During the investigation, it was discovered that both women were allegedly involved in a similar incident on January 11th – where police say they met two tourists from Germany at Club Story and later went with them back to the Mercury Hotel on Collins Avenue.
According to investigators, Corral and Grooms had sex with both victims before making off with a $14,000 Rolex Submariner watch. The victims reportedly chased after the suspects, but they were able to get away.
In each case, the victims identified Corral and Grooms by distinctive physical characteristics that included piercings on Grooms and a leopard pattern tattoo on Corral’s buttocks.
Corral, who is currently involved in a similar case from last year, reportedly confessed her involvement to investigators while Grooms admitted to being at the scenes but denied stealing any items.
Both women were granted bond in the cases but ordered to stay away from Miami Beach’s entertainment areas pending the outcome of the case.