Police said three women flirted their way into the room of two Las Vegas hotel guests, got the men drunk and attempted to flee with their thousand-dollar wristwatches by smuggling the items in their bodies.
According to documents, Bryanna Warren, 23; Trinity Kennard, 23; and Charmella Triggs were arrested in connection to an Aug. 17 robbery that took place at the Encore hotel-casino.
An arrest report stated Warren and Triggs approached and flirted with a tourist from India at a hotel bar at about 3:30 a.m. that day. The man indicated he was staying at the hotel with a friend. After one of the women passed off her phone number to the man, they departed from each other.
It wasn't until the man approached his hotel room about 30 minutes later that he would bump into the women again, the report states.
Police said the three had drinks inside the room and was then joined by the man's friend. The women then asked if they can invite a third woman, who was identified as Kennard, to the room.
After some time, police state one of the women undressed one of the men and performed a sexual act on him in a separate part of the room. During the act, police said the man removed his $12,000 Rolex watch. Another woman also begins to get physical with the other guest at the same time, prompting him to remove his $4,000 Rolex watch, the report states.
Police said the tone in the room suddenly changed when one of the men noticed his watch disappearing from where he left it. The women were seen fleeing the room, running towards an elevator with one of the men following.
Documents stated once all of the women were in the elevator, one of them pulled out a stun gun and threatened the trailing victim. The women then escape.
Later in the report, police state two of the women were captured on surveillance video each hiking up their dresses inside the elevator, squatting and then inserting foreign objects in their respective vaginal areas.
Police officers were able to catch up with the women in the taxi pick-up area of the hotel after security was informed by the two victims. Officers were able to recover a stun gun and one of the watches while the three were detained at the hotel.
Police also said in the report that Kennard was seen fidgeting while being held by police. It wasn't until her booking at Clark County Detention Center that she produced the other watch during a strip search, according to the report.
The three women were booked on counts of burglary, conspiracy to commit grand larceny and conspiracy to commit robbery.
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