FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – The Broward Sheriff’s Office describes her as a seductive barfly that drugs and steals from her dates from Miami to New York and they want her victims to come forward.
A victim that did not want to be identified said, “Very pretty. Nothing out of the ordinary. She didn’t seem like she was a prostitute or hooker or anything like that.”READ MORE: Accused Hollywood Cop Killer Jason Banegas Expected In Court Tuesday
Ashley Done, who is in custody, is accused of stealing expensive watches and high-end electronics from men who have picked her up at a bar and taken her home.
“You know she was very nice and friendly. She said she was from Cali and so am I. So we talked about that and then we went back to my apartment.and it got very blurry after that,” said the victim.
Officials said the first incident took place on August 21st. Charles Zloch met Ashley Done at a Blue Martini bar in Fort Lauderdale. After a few drinks, Zloch and Done left the bar and drove to Solid Gold in Oakland Park where they picked up a second woman. The three of them drove to the victim’s apartment in Oakland Park. Once home, Zloch took off his Rolex watch and placed it on a bedroom dresser. Zloch left the women alone to go to the bathroom. When he came out, both women and his $2,000 Cotton Bowl Classic Rolex watch, were gone.
The night before the Oakland Park incident, Ashley Done and another female, identified as Penny Barbosa, were involved in a similar crime in Miami-Dade, according to BSO. The women met their male victim at a Blue Martini bar in Miami. They went to his home where they drugged him with an undetermined substance and stole several items, including a Rolex watch, said investigators.READ MORE: COVID-19 Testing Sites In South Florida
On May 25, Ashley Done met Thomas Johnson at a Blue Martini bar in Fort Lauderdale. Johnson took Done back to his apartment in Pompano Beach. Investigators said she added a substance to his non-alcoholic drink which made him fall asleep until the next morning. While he was sleeping, she allegedly stole two luxury watches, a laptop and two bank cards. The bank cards were also used later to retrieve $2,000.
Penny Barbosa was arrested by the Sunny Isles Police Department in connection with their investigation on August 23. Done turned herself in days later.
Investigators said Done is an escort working in the South Florida area and in New York. She has been identified as a suspect in an identical incident that occurred in New York in August.
“Of course you are always upset, you feel violated when you wake up and your stuff is missing,” added the unidentified victim. “You can meet the love of your life or someone who robs you blind.”
BSO detectives are asking any additional victims to come forward. Anyone with information may contact BSO Det. David Agusti at 954-202-3110 or Det. Anthony Cusumano at 954-786-4242. Individuals may also report information anonymously to Crime Stoppers of Broward County at (954) 493-TIPS (8477) or online at www.browardcrimestoppers.org.
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