I'm just going to paste the whole story because I hate this local newspaper of mine... all I have to say is... don't come between a man and his bbq'd steak.... Simi Valley shooting suspect barbecues as police order him to surrender SIMI VALLEY, Calif. - A shooting suspect in Simi Valley apparently went on with a barbecue as police surrounded him with rifles and as orders to surrender boomed down from a helicopter late Thursday afternoon. The shooting left a man in his 30s with wounds that were not life-threatening, police said. The incident was reported at 5 p.m. in the 1500 block of Alva Circle just off Morley Street. Police said at about 5:55 p.m. that the suspect had just been taken into custody. The arrest, however, came only after the suspect grilled what appeared to police to be some steak in the backyard. As police conducted surveillance after the shooting and planned to take the suspect into custody, he cooked on a grill in the backyard. Police observed that blood could be seen on the back of the house as he grilled. Angelik Romero lives around the corner on Morley Street. She said her bedroom window looks out into the backyard where the suspect was barbecuing. “He was barbecuing like a normal person with blood all over him,” Romero said. She said he had blood on his neck and chest. She said police had rifles pointed at the man and a message from a loudspeaker on a helicopter flying above was telling the man to surrender. Romero said she heard arguing before the shooting occurred.