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

April 17

A motorist was arrested near the intersection of Bear Valley Road and Mariposa Road for driving under the influence with a blood alcohol level in excess of .08 percent.
A car was stolen on the 17500 block of Lemon Street.
A car was stolen on the 16500 block of Hercules Street.
A toolbox as stolen from the bed of a parked pick-up truck on the 14500 block of Eucalyptus Street.
A car was stolen on the 8800 block of C Avenue.
A man was arrested for resisting an officer on the 18400 block of Sutter Street.
Fixtures were stolen from a foreclosed home on the 14300 block of Lonesome Dove Court.
A water heater was stolen from a house on the 14200 block of Poplar Avenue.
A man was arrested on the 19000 block of Lindsay Street for resisting an officer.

April 18

A car was stolen on the 16800 block of Sultana Street.
A vehicle was burglarized on the 6800 block of Redwood Avenue. Compact discs, a bible and sunglasses were stolen.
A car was stolen on the 8800 block of C Avenue.
A grease trap was stolen from a business on the 14700 block of Bear Valley Road.
A motorist was arrested near the intersection of C Avenue and Mauna Loa Street for driving under the influence.
Two juveniles were arrested on the 16500 block of Hercules Street for grand theft auto.
A woman was arrested for being drunk in public on the 18100 block of Yucca Street.
A man was hit in the head with a metal bar and robbed near the intersection of Choiceana Avenue and Vine Street.

April 19

A man was arrested for being under the influence of drugs on the 11400 block of Redwood Avenue.
A 1994 black and white Honda Accord was stolen outside the 99-cent store on the 14000 block of Main Street.
A female parolee who was released from prison on March 27, 2011, was arrested while speeding near the intersection of 8th Avenue and Sultana Street in a stolen car with missing license plates.
A woman was arrested for cruelty to a child on the 8900 block of I Avenue. When deputies arrived to take a complaint about an ex-boyfriend, they discovered she had been using marijuana and prescription drugs while neglecting her 19-month-old child. Child Protective Services took the child into custody.
A man was arrested for being drunk in public and bothering the customers of a business on the 16300 block of Main Street.
A man was arrested on the 16500 block of Willow Street for shooting at the residence of a coworker from his car. Another man, a passenger in his car, was also arrested for taking a shot with the pistol.
A woman was arrested for attempted arson on the 16500 block of Willow Street. During an argument with her roommate, she declared she was going to burn the house down, as well as her roommate, lit a newspaper on fire and threw it onto the kitchen floor.

April 20

A residence on the 11300 block of Balsam Avenue was burglarized.
A trucker asleep in a parked truck at the Pilot Travel Center was awakened by what he believed to be a gun pressed into his neck. A man, who spoke a mix of English and Spanish, stole cash, checks from deliveries just made to Las Vegas and the bills of lading. The robber then told the man to "tell your boss to pay his f'ing bills on time and this won't happen."
A vehicle was stolen on the 11900 block of Hesperia Road.
A man was arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm on the 8500 block of C Avenue.
A juvenile was assaulted walking home from school on the 11500 block of Seventh Avenue.

April 21

A man was arrested for being drunk in public at the Fasttrip convenience store on the 17200 block of Main Street. The man was lying down near the business' driveway.
A vehicle was burglarized on the 16500 block of Muscatel Street. Only a CD player nameplate was stolen.
A car was stolen on the 16300 block of Sultana Street.
A female juvenile shoplifter was arrested at Target.
A vehicle was burglarized on the 16700 block of Bear Valley Road and a purse stolen.

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.