This was Tuesday... all within 30 minutes of my house. Keep in mind the "from" when talking about people is where they are squatting now, not where they came from. All in a day's crime: Armed robbery, attempted homicide, drug bust Tuesday brought a gamut of crimes across the Poconos It sounds like the overblown plot of a TV cops show on steroids, but it was just one day in the Poconos. Tuesday brought a gamut of crimes across the map. A 13-person drug bust in Bushkill. Armed robbery at an ATM in Stroudsburg. Attempted homicide in Tobyhanna. The drug bust and attempted homicide involved teenage suspects. ATM robbery Two brazen thugs are still on the loose after a broad-daylight crime in a busy area. A customer, 21, went to the Wachovia Bank ATM at Lower Main and Fourth streets around 6:15 p.m. Two men walked up behind him and said they wanted his money, according to police. The victim said they told him to put his debit card in the machine and one suspect advised, step by step, what to do: "No receipt, fast cash, $200." Then they made him withdraw another $200, fast cash, he told police. Between the first and second withdrawals, the larger of the two suspects displayed a dark grayish handgun and told the victim he "was doing the right thing" and that "Ma lost her job and has to pay for medical treatment," police said. The suspects ran to a vehicle parked facing the wrong direction on North Fourth Street. They drove to Lower Main Street, turned left onto North Second Street and disappeared. The suspects are described as black men wearing black T-shirts and black "do-rags." One is about 5 feet 8 inches tall and the other about 6 feet tall. The vehicle is described as a black two- or four-door Chrysler or Nissan with a tinted rear window and possibly a license plate on the front, but not the back. Anyone with information is asked to contact Stroud Area Regional Police at (570) 421-6800 Assault and gunfire A victim of the attempted homicide heard bullets whiz past his head, police said. Gunfire nearly hit them, said two men who were assaulted and shot at. Pocono Mountain Regional Police arrested three adults and one juvenile after the crime at Pocono Farms East around 6:15 p.m. Accused are Anthony Angel Chavez, 18, of Tobyhanna, Jose Chavez Jr., 25, of Philadelphia, Matthew Medina, 21, of Tobyhanna and an unnamed teenage boy. Officers went to Graham Lane responding to a fight. Dispatchers told police that there was an open phone line from the 911 call and they could hear shots being fired. Officers were told that the shooters were leaving the scene in a gold Nissan, which police stopped at the intersection of Route 196 and Kings Way in Coolbaugh Township. Police found several 9 mm casings on the hood of the car. The victims identified the men in the car as their assailants, police said. The investigation showed there was bad blood between the two groups. On Tuesday evening, the four men saw the victims and agreed to assault them, police said. Medina pulled out a 9mm handgun and started firing, police said. Nine spent casings were found by police. Two rounds hit a nearby occupied home, but there were no injuries. The gun was thrown from the car, but police found it. They traced it to a home in A Pocono Country Place, from which it had been stolen. All four men have been charged with criminal attempt to commit homicide, criminal conspiracy to commit homicide, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment and other related charges. Drug smorgasbord In Saw Creek Estates, a seven-month sting led to the arrest of 12 adults and one juvenile, according to state police at Blooming Grove. Drugs sold included powder and crack cocaine, PCP, ecstasy, marijuana and heroin, police said. Police searched a home at 2003 Manchester Drive and found about six and a half ounces of marijuana, 35 grams of cocaine, two pounds of suspected cocaine cutting agent and 15 packets of crack. Suspects arrested were Ileana Alvarez, 40, Zouheir Saul Fakhouri, 44, Robert F. Fratangelo III, 24, Giovambattista Greco, 21, Victor M. Mercado, 20, Eduardo Ortiz, 41, William Ortiz, 21, Latasha L. Pettaway, 21, Kenneth Robe Widdis III, 20, Anthony Hassell, 44, and Adam Eaton, 19. All are from Saw Creek Estates except Eaton, who lives in East Stroudsburg, police said. An unnamed juvenile was also arrested. Charges include delivery of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver and conspiracy. The investigation included the Pike County district attorney's office and drug task force, as well as Saw Creek public safety.