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CRYSTAL AND COMELY COHORTS IDENTIFIED

PIO Number:  13-6-21 (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

Jurisdiction: Pompano Beach

Place of Occurrence: Pompano Beach

Victim(s):  multiple

Suspect(s): Subhanna Beyah, female, 6/4/88

                     Johnnina Miller, female, 1/17/88

                     Keshia Clark, female, 6/23/86

                     Ryan Elkins, female, 11/24/89

Description of Incident:

Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives have attained arrest warrants for four foxy thieves who have gone home with men they met at upscale bars, then drugged them and stolen their property.

Detectives believe that the four are part of a ring of women who target men and steal their money, jewelry, guns and other pricey possessions. In addition to BSO, multiple agencies including the Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Hallandale Beach, Hollywood and Miami-Beach police departments are working jointly on investigations involving these four suspects, as well as other women who might be involved in similar crimes.

One of the suspects, 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 or 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 27, 2013   1115

      

                                                                                           


 

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