Victorville Transient Re-arrested After Early April Arrest and Conviction

Victorville Transient Re-arrested After Early April Arrest and Conviction

VICTORVILLE – A Victorville transient is back behind bars within the same month of his last arrest and conviction.

On Monday, April 23, 2018, just over 2 weeks following his sentencing and release following an arrest in early April,  Eldemando Rose, 39, is back behind bars for battery on a person and vandalism. The arrest is a result of a Monday morning incident when Rose entered the Kentucky Fried Chicken located at 14284 Outer 7th Street in the City of Victorville. “After being there for some time, he asked for free food,” said Victorville Sheriff’s Station Spokeswoman Mara Rodriguez. “Employees refused and Rose became angry. He threw soda he had put in a cup at one of the employees, before jumping on the counter and taking drinks from a cooler. He left the location without paying for the drinks.”

Rose fled the location but was located at the Baker’s restaurant across the street and was taken into custody without further incident. He was arrested and booked into the High Desert Detention Center for battery on a person and vandalism. He is being held without bail as a result of the probation violation and is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday afternoon.

The most recent arrest prior was on Monday, April 2, 2018, after walking into an Arco Mini-Mart, at around 11:00 p.m.and becoming combative with the employee. The employee asked him to leave, causing Rose to become increasingly upset as he left, and eventually returned. The store employee, in fear for her safety, stood behind the counter while Rose grabbed some items, and then left the store with unpaid merchandise. The employee reported the incident
Rose was found nearby with the stolen merchandise and was arrested for felony second-degree robbery.

One week later, on Monday, April 9, 2018, Rose appeared at the Victorville Superior Court and pleaded no contest to a single count of second-degree burglary. The second charge of second-degree robbery was dropped as part of the plea deal. Although Rose already had a second active case for aggressive solicitation causing fear/Intimidation from December 26, 2017, he was released after being sentenced to 180 days to be served on weekends beginning May 18, 2018, and 3 years of formal probation. He was released from jail the same day. Rose is also scheduled to appear for the December 2017 incident in which he was cited and released for on May 17, 2018.

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