A 24-year-old young tenderoni accused of cruising through the States pimpin’ and packin’ on a slew of unsuspecting rich men recently turned herself into Bal Harbour, FL police.
Authorities uncovered the identity of the woman after she was caught smooth-sportin’ one of her victim’s merchandise on an elevator surveillance camera.
According to Bal Harbour Police, on Sep. 13, 2014, at about 2:13 a.m., the suspect went home with a man she met at the Fountainbleu Hotel in Miami Beach. After she left the man’s residence, he noticed that his Rolex watch, Gucci shoes and $2,000 in cash were missing.
The suspect is 24-year-old Alexandria Layce Martinez-Davis, who was identified back in February. Surveillance video showed her entering an elevator wearing the victim’s shoes, and casually exiting the building.
According to officials, Martinez-Davis is accused of committing similar crimes in Florida, Nevada and New Jersey. She was arrested in Miami Beach back in November, for going home with a man she met at a club and then taking off with several of his watches.
Ms. Sticky Fingers is said to have targeted men with affluence. Authorities are pressing to get these victims to come forward, but believe that the unidentified men involved are in relationships or popular public figures, so there’s reluctance to speak up. (Umm. Sounds like these dirty dogs were paying for some action but got caught slippin’ while they were tippin’.)
Florida police believe Martinez-Davis fled to California following her last robbery, but turned herself in to authorities after Miami’s 7News aired her story a couple weeks ago. She is reportedly being held on a $10,000 bond for two of the robberies that took place in Miami-Dade County.