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Woman Arrested for Stealing $500K of Jewelry from New York Giants’ Shaun Rogers

July 1st, 2013 at 6:30 AM
By Douglas Rush

New York Giants' defensive tackle Shaun Rogers was the victim of a robbery in late March when he stayed at a Miami hotel after partying at a local nightclub.

On Saturday, Miami Beach Police arrested the woman that ended up stealing the jewelry from the 34-year-old Rogers, as Subhanna Beyah was taken in on fugitive from justice charges in Queens. The 25-year-old woman was wanted for multiple larcenies where jewelry and cash were taken, the most famous case was the one with Rogers, where over $440,000 worth of jewelry was taken from the hotel he was staying at back in March.

Among the items Rogers claimed missing are $100,000 diamond earrings, a $100,000 watch, a $60,000 watch, a $50,000 gold necklace, a $70,000 diamond Cuban necklace and three gold bracelets worth $60,000.

According to what Rogers had told Miami police back in March, he and his friends were partying at a Miami Beach nightclub when they met a young lady who later returned with him to his room at approximately 7:00 AM. When he awoke at 12:30 PM, Rogers noticed that the lady had taken off, which lead to Rogers not being able to open the safe and hotel security was called to open the safe. After having difficulty unlocking the safe, Rogers found most of the jewelry missing.

Rogers signed a one-year deal with the team back on February 7 after he spent all of the 2012 season on the injured reserve after suffering a blood clot last summer.

photo credit: The Brit_2 via flickr cc


Tags: Football, New York, New York Giants, NFL, Shaun Rogers

2 Responses to “Woman Arrested for Stealing $500K of Jewelry from New York Giants’ Shaun Rogers”

  1.  Krow says:

    If you’ve got half a mil in jewelry then part of me thinks you deserve to have it stolen. Then again you need that to ‘feed your family’. Besides, it’s not about money … it’s respect. Quack quack …

  2.  James Stoll says:

    Any pictures of the watches?
    I’m looking to replace the Tag I’ve had since 2002

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