Woman arrested for drugging men, stealing
BSO: Keshia Clark turns herself in to Miami-Dade Police Department
One of four women accused of going home with men they meet at upscale bars, drugging them, then stealing their belongings turned herself into police Thursday.
Keshia Clark, 27, turned herself in to the Miami-Dade Police Department, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office.
BSO also obtained arrest warrants for 25-year-old Subhanna Beyah; 25-year-old Johnnina Miller; and, 23-year-old Ryan Elkins.
According to BSO, Beyah met a man at YOLO Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale on March 2 and told him her name was Crystal.
The man took Beyah to his Pompano Beach home, where she spent half an hour making him a vodka cocktail, said BSO. He took a sip while she drank directly from the bottle.
The man woke up the following afternoon, said BSO. Beyah was gone and had stolen $95,600 worth of cash and watches. She also deleted her contact information from his cell phone.
Beyah has an extensive criminal history, according to BSO. The women also met men at Blue Martini in Fort Lauderdale and the Elbo Room in Fort Lauderdale Beach.
Anyone with information about these suspects should call BSO 954-786-4200.