Gang Of Women Drug & Rob Men!
As Bell Biv Devoe once said, never trust a big butt and a smile, that girl is poison!
A gang of women who are clearly about that life are hitting up the club scene in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, drugging men and robbing them blind!
At least 13 men have been robbed by the women and 8 of them believe that they were drugged before being robbed.
The women have allegedly made off with Rolex watches, iPhones, cameras, handguns and credit cards!
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA - Flirty women are meeting men at upscale bars, scamming invitations back to the men's homes, then making off with Rolex watches, iPhones, cameras, handguns and credit cards.
South Florida police reports from the past five months show that of 13 men who were robbed by the women they took home, eight believe they were drugged.
Earlier this month, detectives publicly warned men: "Watch out for Crystal."
Evidently, they also should watch out for Unkisha, Christina, Michelle, Lisa, Liza and Heaven.
"They are busy," Broward sheriff's Detective Ronald Cusumano said. "Once in awhile we get cases like this, but recently there's definitely been a spike in them."
The number of cases has grown month by month, with one reported each in December and January, two in February, three in March and six in April.
So far, the women have stolen more than $300,000 in cash and property, police reports show.
There's more at stake than just valuables and luxury watches. Concerns about potential lethal overdoses trump property loss, the victims and police say.
"I want these girls to be caught, because when I woke up the next day, I thought I was going to die," said Steven Kesto, who was drugged and robbed Feb. 20. "It was just a nightmare. It was really very, very scary."
More than one woman is committing the crimes, Cusumano said, and some cases appear to be related.
Working alone or in pairs, the women have been meeting their victims, ranging in age from 33 to 58, at Vibe Ultra Lounge, YOLO, Blue Martini, Dicey Riley's and Elbo Room, all in Fort Lauderdale.
Kesto, 34, was waiting for the valet at Blue Martini at the Galleria Mall when two women — slim, 25ish, a blonde in red pants, a brunette in jeans — chatted him up. It was 1:44 a.m. when the trio arrived at his Pompano Beach condo.
There they sipped vodka and cranberry juice on the balcony.
The women encouraged Kesto to drink. The last he remembers, they were sitting on his bed together.
When Kesto awoke the next morning, his head ached, his heart raced, breathing was difficult.
The women were gone, the glasses they drank from had vanished with them, an iPad was missing, and so was a $27,000 Cartier diamond and gold watch.
Condo security footage shows the women leaving the lobby at 3:09 a.m.
"They were very evil," Kesto said. "Stealing from people is one thing, but drugging people … you could die from it."
Cusumano, the detective, said that administering a narcotic with no knowledge of how much the person has had to drink or what medications they take could be lethal.
"We've got victims who are getting knocked unconscious," Cusumano said. "It's a potentially dangerous situation."
Broward sheriff's detectives released a composite sketch earlier this month and warned about "Crystal," who had ripped off a 45-year-old Pompano Beach man after meeting him March 2 at an upscale Fort Lauderdale restaurant.
At his place, Crystal served him a vodka cocktail.
When he awoke the next afternoon he was missing $6,000 cash and four watches valued at nearly $100,000.
Crystal's contact information had even been deleted from his cellphone.
The Broward Sheriff's Office currently is investigating three other cases, Fort Lauderdale police eight and Hollywood one.
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