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

Note: Some readers may object to language used in a March 2 entry.

Feb. 24

• A man was arrested for vandalism on the 8400 block of Ninth Avenue after he reportedly jumped up and down on the hood of his sister's car while drunk.
• A man was arrested near the intersection of Main Street and E Avenue for tagging.
• A woman was arrested for reportedly shoplifting $900 worth of merchandise from Target.
• A woman was arrested for shoplifting at the Walgreens on Bear Valley Road.
• A juvenile was arrested for identity theft at Fused after he used someone else's driver's license to enter the bar.
• Two men were arrested for possession of stolen property at the Roxbury Club. The pair claimed they had been given the keys to a stolen car by a friend, but thought it was his car to loan out.

Feb. 27

• A motorist was arrested for driving under the influence with a blood alcohol level in excess of .08 percent near the intersection of Main Street and 7th Avenue.
• A man was arrested for being drunk in public on the 8900 block of I Avenue.
• A resident was arrested near the intersection of Palm Street and 7th Avenue for possession of drug paraphernalia.
• A man was arrested for an outstanding $50,000 traffic warrant at Stater Brothers.
• A residence on the 8500 block of C Avenue was burglarized. A television and DVD player were among the items stolen.
• A Hispanic man reportedly robbed two women at gunpoint in a parking lot in the 14000 block of Main Street. After taking their purses, he fled the scene in a green sedan.
• A man surprised a Hispanic male would-be burglar inside his garage on the 13000 block of Altadena Street. The burglar fled when confronted.
• A man was arrested on the 8900 block of E Avenue for felony spousal abuse.

Feb. 28

• Two men apparently attempted to rob a residence on the 8500 block of Fifth Avenue. A pit bull owned by residents at the location attacked the would-be burglars, who then shot the dog, then fled the scene in a silver Chevrolet Tahoe. The dog survived and deputies recovered a .380 shell casing at the scene.
• A man was arrested for being drunk in public. After leaving a local bar, he ended up on the front porch of a stranger's residence on the 10100 block of Seventh Avenue, with no recollection of how he ended up there.
• A resident was arrested on the 16700 block of Sage Street for an outstanding warrant.
• A white 2008 Apache utility trailer was stolen from the 16400 block of Eucalyptus Street.
• A residence on the 11600 block of First Avenue was burglarized.
• A resident was arrested on the 16800 block of Olive Street for an outstanding warrant.
• A vehicle was stolen from a parking lot on the 16800 block of Main Street.
• A man was arrested for elder abuse on the 10400 block of Hemlock Avenue.
• A woman was arrested at Marshalls for shoplifting.
• A residence on the 10300 block of Third Avenue was burglarized.
• Burglars attempted to rob a residence on the 18700 block of Seaforth Street.
• A resident was arrested near the intersection of Hesperia Road and Lemon Street for cruelty to a child.
• A building on the 9400 block of Paolo Verde Drive was burglarized overnight.
• A juvenile male was arrested at his home on the 9100 block of 7th Avenue after he reportedly stole $1,500 in prescription medicines from his parents' medicine cabinet.
• A residence on the 14600 block of Mesa Street was burglarized. The thieves entered through an unlocked back door and stole a laptop computer, tools, a watch and jewelry.
• A man was arrested for racing near the intersection of Main Street and Cottonwood Avenue.

March 1

• A car was stolen overnight on the 8600 block of C Avenue.
• A man was arrested for an outstanding warrant near the intersection of Main Street and Mariposa Road.
• A residence on the 8300 block of 11th Avenue was burglarized. The thieves entered through an unlocked back door.
• A man was arrested for an outstanding warrant on the 10100 block of Tamarisk Avenue.
• A man was arrested on the 18400 block of Talisman Street for being drunk in public.
• A woman was arrested for being drunk in public on the 15800 block of Main Street.
• A gold 1998 Toyota Camry was stolen on the 15200 block of Orange Street.

March 2

• A woman was arrested for driving with a blood alcohol level in excess of .08 percent at DJ's Sports Bar.
• The front window of Molly's Café on the 16700 block of Bear Valley Road was smashed in and the cash register emptied. Less than $200 was stolen.
• A man was arrested for creating a disturbance on the 14600 block of Yucca Street. He had taunted the maids cleaning his mother's home to "clean, b*tch, clean" and "scrub, b*tch, scrub."
• A man was arrested near the intersection of Ranchero Road and Kern Avenue for possession for sale of methamphetamine.
• A man was arrested for making terrorist threats on the 18100 block of Redding Street. He had reportedly threatened a man for talking to his ex-girlfriend.

March 3

• A man was arrested for being drunk in public near the intersection of Main Street and 9th Avenue. While at the drive-thru of the Del Taco restaurant, he had reportedly cursed at and insulted employees.
• A man was arrested near the intersection of Main Street and I Avenue for driving under the influence with a blood alcohol level in excess of .08 percent.
• A man was arrested for possession of dangerous drugs near the intersection of Choiceana and Talisman Street.
• A male juvenile was arrested near the intersection of 3rd Avenue and Sultana Street for resisting an officer.
• Burglars stole copper wiring from a residence on the 7900 block of Newhall Avenue.
• A man was arrested for being under the influence of drugs after he reportedly attacked mailboxes on the 8200 block of Arrowhead Lake Road.
• A resident on the 14200 block of Poplar Street was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.

If you have any information on any of these cases, contact the Hesperia office of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department at 760-947-1500 or call 800-782-7463.

Beau Yarbrough can be reached at 760-956-7108 or at beau@hesperiastar.com. Follow us on Facebook at Facebook.com/Hesperia.Star