A Miami woman arrested last week for allegedly drugging a man and stealing $200,000 worth of jewelry back in September has been accused of a similar crime last month.
Yaqueline Solis, 28, was once again before a judge Thursday on a new charge of strong arm robbery for allegedly stealing a man's $10,000 Rolex watch.
According to the new arrest report, Solis and the male victim met at E11even nightclub on Dec. 19 and agreed to back to the man's place in Pinecrest. Once they were there, Solis forced the man to drink alcohol from her flask, the report said.
The man said he passed out and woke up hours later and found that his pricey watch was missing.
Solis was arrested last week on multiple charges including armed robbery, armed burglary, using a firearm while committing a felony and providing a false name or ID after arrest. According to an arrest report, she and another woman met a man at Prime 112 and went back to his apartment in Brickell, where they forced him to drink a laced cocktail at gunpoint.
The man passed out and woke up hours later to discover $200,000 worth of watches and other items gone. Police said Solis' alleged accomplice, identified as Sharon Pointdexter, remains at large.
Solis remained held without bond Thursday, jail records showed. Attorney information wasn't available.