2 accused of robbing men they met at Miami Beach clubs

Suspects robbed victims of cash, jewelry, police say

From left: Alicia Stucky and Dacorian Greer
From left: Alicia Stucky and Dacorian Greer

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – Two people were arrested Tuesday on warrants for robbing men they met at nightclubs throughout Miami Beach, authorities said.

According to an arrest report, Alicia Stucky, 31, of Orlando, and Dacorian Greer, 33, of Miami, targeted men for their money and jewelry.

Police said a man who was in town from England was walking in the 1900 block of Collins Avenue Feb. 23 while trying to get a taxi when he was approached by the suspects, who pulled up in a dark-colored vehicle.

Police said the thieves offered the victim and his friends a ride back to the house they were staying at in Miami Beach.

Once they were at the house, everyone began drinking, and Stucky and Greer left after several hours.

The men said they later realized that three Rolex watches, a wallet, foreign currency and U.S. currency were missing from the home.

The total value of the stolen items was more than $51,000.

Police said the suspects met more men on April 8 outside Mynt Lounge.

Authorities said the victims, who are from Singapore, invited the suspects back to their hotel room at the Shore Club.

The victims said they woke up the next morning to find their Rolex watches and credit cards missing.

The final victim, who is from South Florida, was robbed June 22.

Police said the man met Stucky and Greer at Mokai and left with a friend to Bodega to get food after he began feeling woozy.

Police said the victim ran into the suspects again at Bodega, and his friend put him into an Uber to go home because he started feeling worse.

Police said Stucky got into the back seat of the car.

The man told detectives that he was in and out of consciousness and said that Stucky stole his watch.

Stucky and Greer face numerous counts of grand theft and robbery.

Stucky was previously arrested in December after Miami Beach police said she drugged her friend and stole nearly $6,000 from him at Mokai Lounge.

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