Unknown suspects are identified by race only for the purpose of aiding identification.

June 21
* A couple was arrested on the 12000 block of Oakwood Avenue for felony spousal abuse. The pair is alleged to have punched, choked, kicked and pulled hair.
* A vehicle was burglarized on the 9100 block of Santa Fe Avenue. The passenger window was broken and the stereo stolen.
* A correctional officer at the California Institution for Men in Chino had his badge stolen from his unlocked vehicle overnight on the 18000 block of Palm Drive.
* A woman was arrested for possession of methamphetamine on the 9500 block of Ponderosa Avenue.
* A residence on the 8500 block of C Avenue was burglarized overnight, and a stereo, coffee maker and children's toys stolen.

June 22
* A man was arrested near the intersection of Main Street and Maple Avenue for driving under the influence with a blood alcohol level in excess of .08 percent.
* A vehicle was burglarized overnight on the 14900 block of Sequoia Avenue.
* A house for sale on the 16400 block of Smoke Tree Street was burglarized, and a dishwasher, stove and toilet stolen.
* A mother was arrested for perjury on the 10400 block of Seventh Avenue, after she falsely told deputies that her daughter had stolen her car. She later admitted that she simply wanted to locate her daughter using the vehicle's LoJack anti-theft system, which only the sheriff's department could activate.
* Two juveniles were arrested for being drunk in public near the intersection of Bear Valley Road and 9th Avenue.

June 23
* A man was arrested on the 17000 block of Main Street for being drunk in public.
* A truck parked on the 18700 block of Willow Street overnight was burglarized, and a laser stolen.
* Two women were arrested for shoplifting on the 17400 block of Main Street.
* A woman was arrested on the 18000 block of Sequoia Street for attempted murder. The woman told deputies that she was reportedly tired of her mother casting voodoo on her, so while her mother was asleep, she attacked her with a kitchen knife.

If you have any information on any of these cases, contact the Hesperia office of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department at 947-1500 or call (800) 782-7463.

Beau Yarbrough can be reached at 956-7108 or at beau@hesperiastar.com.