This happened in the Chili’s parking lot, over on West Calaveras…

Two men approached another man, asking if he had a piece of paper on him. In the interest of helping, the man pulled out his wallet. Right then, one of the suspects grabbed him. The other suspect raided the wallet for cash. It happened fast, but the victim got a nice good look at the pair of men.

The date: 4/19/19. Time: 3:45PM, in broad daylight.

When a Milpitas Police officer soon passed by, the victim was fast to flag him down. Before long, other officers poured in. After getting descriptions from the victim, the officers launched into search mode.

Over on Spence Avenue, in a closeby residential neighborhood, a sergeant spotted one Rashawn Glasgow. Arresting Glasgow was easier than arresting his partner, one Demonshea Steen. In Steen’s case, a whole foot chase ensued. Officers tailed him through a few backyards and onto business property. Steen soon ducked into a restaurant restroom…but it turned out he’d cornered himself.

Milpitas Police entered the bathroom and put the cuffs on him.

The men had stolen cash on them. The cash went like it came. Both men, who are residents of Stockton, got charged with robbery, and booked into Santa Clara County Main Jail.

Because he ran, Steen got charged with resisting arrest, as well.

 

Eric Shapiro
Eric Shapiro is a writer and filmmaker. He is the author of six critically acclaimed fiction books, among them the novella "It's Only Temporary" (2005), which appeared on Nightmare Magazine's list of the Top 100 Horror Books, and numerous short stories published in anthologies alongside work by H.P. Lovecraft, Ray Bradbury, Stephen King, Chuck Palahniuk, and many others. His nonfiction articles have been published on The Daily Dot, Ravishly, and The Good Men Project. His first feature film, "Rule of 3" (2010), won awards at the Fantasia International Film Festival and Shriekfest, and had its U.S. premiere at Fantastic Fest. His second feature film, "Living Things" (2014), was endorsed by PETA (People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals) and distributed by Cinema Libre Studio. In 2015, he won the 19th Annual Fade In Award for Thriller Screenplays. He was a founding partner of Ghostwriters Central, a writing and editing firm which received positive notices from The Wall Street Journal, Consumers Digest, and the TV program "Intelligence For Your Life." Eric has edited works published on The Huffington Post and Forbes, as well as two Bram Stoker Award-nominated novels.

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