Proving Miami Beach holds no monopoly on comely women who’ll use a whiff of sex to steal a Rolex, Miami Police want to find the other half of a duo who they say lifted the signature expensive watch from a man after knocking him out with something other than their looks.
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Miami Police arrested Subhanna Beyah, 26, of Homestead, on a count of felony strong arm robbery and a count of felony poisoning by water or food. Beyah’s got two convictions for grand theft and two convictions connected to stolen credit cards. Her occupation on the arrest affidavit is listed as “prostitution.”
Presumably, it was in that vein that Beyah waved down two men riding in an Uber away from downtown Miami nightclub E11EVEN around 6:30 a.m. April 9, according to the arrest affidavit. The men had the car stop for the woman in a dress with a front slit to the hip and a neckline with a mid-torso dip. Giving the idea she’d go home with them got her into the car. Pointing out her friend, the partner in the alleged crime still at large, in black shorts and teal top nearby got the friend in the car with the men who believed they caught a two-on-two break.
A couple of stops for condoms and beer preceded their arrival at one of the men’s apartment. When Beyah’s friend didn’t want to flirt with the other man, the affidavit account read, he left. Beyah and her friend told the remaining guy they’d have sex with him only if he drank more beer. That’s how they allegedly got him to pound Beyah’s beer. The man told police he felt woozy. Beyah offered him another beer. The man recalled nothing else. He said he awoke without his Rolex. His convulsing, cold body prompted his roommate to call Miami Fire Rescue.
He identified Beyah from a photo lineup.