MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami) — A pair of serial Rolex thieves are behind bars, according to Miami Beach Police.READ MORE: South Florida Businesses Relying On Tourism Hope To Recover From Pandemic Lows
Investigators believe Alicia Stucky, 31, and Dacorian Dewayne Greer, 33, worked together to steal from unsuspecting men out to have a good time.
Back in February, they allegedly took more thousands of dollars worth of items, including a Rolex, from a group of people they gave a ride to. An arrest report said the suspects invited the group to a Miami Beach home where they all drank and partied.
The following morning, the group woke up to notice three Rolex watches were missing, as well as foreign currency and U.S. cash, totaling more than $51,000 in value.
Two months later, police said Greer and Stucky were involved in a similar incident where they befriended two men at the Mynt Ultralounge at 1921 Collins Avenue and were invited up to their hotel. The victims told police all they remember is waking up the next day to their credit cards and a Rolex watch gone.
The suspects were then spotted at a Walgreens, CVS Pharmacy and Bank of America making fraudulent transactions totaling $15,900.READ MORE: Search Resumes For Missing 19-Year-Old Miya Marcano After Person Of Interest Found Dead
Stucky is also accused of stealing another Rolex in June after forcing her way into an Uber vehicle and taking it from an incapacitated man’s wrist. Police said the 21-year-old victim met Stucky and an accomplice at the Mokai Lounge on Miami Beach.
He believes they followed him to the Bodega restaurant on 16th Street and at one point, after feeling “light-headed,” he ordered an Uber ride. When he got in, Stucky allegedly got in with him and stole his watch.
CBS4’S Peter D’Oench reached out to that victim but was told that he did not want to comment.
Both suspects now face a series of charges, including grand theft.
Stucky refused to appear in bond court on Wednesday. Both she and Greer are being held without bond.
In December 2016, Stucky went before a judge on a strong arm robbery case, in which an Assistant State Attorney said Stucky was fighting with a victim while stealing his watch, adding that she exhibited a continuous course of conduct that involved “victimizing people at clubs, drugging them and stealing money and expensive watches.”MORE NEWS: 'We Got Our Man': Patrick McDowell, Wanted For Killing Florida Deputy Captured
Stucky also had a previous warrant in Georgia on a drug charge and had prior cases against her for prostitution, as well.