FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Two Lee County men are accused of stealing a man's pants and cash during a robbery in Fort Myers Tuesday.
According to a Lee County Sheriff's Office report, Eddy Estrella, 24, of Fort Myers, and Anthony Spatorico, 39, of North Fort Myers, held up Raymond Hansen and Tiffany Pfister inside Spatorico's vehicle Tuesday evening.
Hansen said his friend, Spatorico, agreed to drive him and Pfister to downtown Fort Myers from Hansen's parents' home.
During the trip, Spatorico's passenger, Estrella, pulled out a small silver gun, pointed it at Hansen, and told him to take off his pants and hand over all his money, according to the report.
Hansen said he pleaded with the men not to shoot him.
The men then commanded Pfister take off Hansen's pants, which she did, the report said.
The vehicle then stopped at the intersection of Luckett Road and Hamilton Drive, where Pfister and Hanson exited, ran to a nearby gas station and called authorities.
The victims said the men stole $200, both the victims' IDs, the pants and a cell phone. Investigators say surveillance footage from a nearby hotel helped them positively identify the suspects.
On Thursday, Estrella and Spatorico were arrested and taken to the Lee County Jail for booking. Both were charged with armed robbery. Estrella was additionally charged with aggravated assault