New York State police told the Associated Press that they arrested Beyah on fugitive-from-justice charges in Queens, N.Y. She was wanted for multiple larcenies involving stolen jewelry and cash. She was arraigned Sunday morning on a fugitive warrant.
Beyah was finally caught in New York after a string of high-end jewelry thefts the 25-year-old allegedly pulled off in Florida.
Rogers, 34, was her most high-profile alleged victim. In March, he'd gone out clubbing with some friends and met a woman at Club Liv in Miami. He brought her back to his Fontainebleau Hotel room around 7 a.m., according to a report, and placed his jewelry in a room safe.
When he awoke at 12:30 p.m., the safe was jammed shut, and Rogers' jewelry was gone. Among the missing items, according to CBS Miami, 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 unclear if those items have been recovered.
The New York Giants had no comment on the incident.