Subhanna Beyah, 26, pleads guilty to stealing $1 million in cash, jewelry throughout South Florida
3 other women allegedly involved in scheme
MIAMI – A woman who pleaded guilty to stealing $1 million in cash and jewelry during various thefts throughout South Florida was sentenced to 364 days in jail in Miami-Dade County.
Subhanna Beyah, 26, must also serve 10 years of probation and two years of community service.
Beyah was extradited from New York to face the charges against her in South Florida last year. Miami Beach police said Beyah stole $600,000 worth of jewelry from NFL defense lineman Shaun Rogers while he was at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach in March 2013.
The Broward Sheriff's Office had also been looking for Beyah, and accused her of meeting men at upscale bars, going home with them, drugging them and then stealing their cash and jewelry.
Beyah is still awaiting a trial on organized crime and racketeering charges in New York.
BSO has also charged three other women allegedly involved in the dating and drugging scheme.
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