Woman Accused of Robbing NY Giant Shaun Rogers Arrested

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A Florida woman who allegedly perpetrated a string of high-end jewelry thefts has finally been brought to justice. Subhanna Beyah, 25, was arrested on Saturday in Queens on fugitive-from-justice charges. Beyah was wanted for multiple larcenies involving stolen jewelry and cash including the alleged theft of $400,000 worth of jewelry from New York Giants defensive tackle Shaun Rogers.

Rogers, 34, met Beyah in March when he went out clubbing with some friends at Club Liv in Miami, The New York Daily News reported. According to a report, Rogers brought her back to his Fontainebleau Hotel room around 7 a.m. Before going to sleep, Rogers placed his jewelry in a safe in the room.

When he woke up around noon, the safe was jammed and the jewelry was gone. Some of this missing items were: diamond earrings (valued at $100,000), two watches ($160,000), a gold necklace and pendant ($50,000), gold bracelets ($60,000), and a diamond Cuban necklace and pendant ($70,000). It’s unknown whether those items have been recovered or not.

A Giants spokesman declined to comment.

Sources: The New York Daily News, The Huffington Post