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ONE OF FOUR COMELY COHORTS ARRESTED

PIO Number: 13-6-21a (13-5-4)  BSO Case Numbers: PB13-02-5494, PB13-03-1450,
                                                                                                  PB13-04-3853,  PB13-04-7495
Date: February, March & April, 2013
Time: overnight
Place of Occurrence: Pompano Beach
Jurisdiction: Pompano Beach

Victim(s):

  • multiple

Suspect(s):

  • Subhanna Beyah, female, 6/4/88
  • Johnnina Miller, female, 1/17/88
  • Keshia Clark, female, 27, 6/23/86 (ARRESTED)
  • Ryan Elkins, female, 11/24/89

Description of Incident:

One of the four foxy female thieves wanted by the Broward Sheriff’s Office for grand theft turned herself in Thursday to the Miami-Dade Police Department after extensive media coverage of the case. Keshia Clark, 27, was one of four suspects detectives believe routinely go home with men they meet at upscale bars, drug them and steal their property.

BSO detectives are working with colleagues from agencies including the Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Hallandale Beach, Hollywood and Miami-Beach police departments, who have all had similar reports from men that they were drugged and that their money, jewelry, guns or other pricey items were taken when they were unconscious. The investigations are ongoing, and detectives believe there are other suspects, and possibly other victims.

One of the thieves, 25-year-old Subhanna Beyah, identified herself as Crystal to at least one victim. The man ran into her at an upscale Fort Lauderdale restaurant on a Saturday night in March. They chatted and went to his Pompano Beach house where she made him a vodka cocktail. The next thing he remembers, he was waking up the following afternoon. Crystal was gone, along with about $6,000 in cash and four high-end watches that he kept in a case in his bedroom. The watches - two Rolexes, one Cartier and one Paniere - are valued at $80,000 - $100,000. BSO Detective John McMahon worked with the victim to create a composite sketch of Crystal. Beyah has an extensive criminal history.

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

INVESTIGATORS: Det. Cusumano, Sgt. Heitmann, Pompano Beach CI
THIS REPORT BY: Dani Moschella/ PIO June 28, 2013 1500

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