From the Denton County Sheriff's Office:
On April 23, 2012, Deputies were dispatched to a Burglary of a Vehicle report in the 600 block of Kirby Drive in Magnolia. Contact was made with the complainant who reported unknown person(s) broke a window on his vehicle and removed items without permission between midnight and 7:30AM. The complainant stated his company's Toshiba laptop with a 17-inch screen was missing from the vehicle.
On April 23, 2012, Deputies were dispatched to the 400 block of Perkins Street in Magnolia in reference to a Burglary of a Vehicle report. The complainant reported that unknown person(s) broke out one of his vehicle's windows and stole several items between 9:00PM on April 22 and around 8:30AM on April 23. The complainant reported his vehicle was parked on the street to the right of his driveway and was locked. Unknown person(s) broke out the driver’s side rear window, reached inside and removed a briefcase and a pair of shoes. Inside the briefcase were an iPad, Bluetooth, and assorted personal papers.
On April 23, 2012, Deputies responded to 1000 block of Metalmark Court in Laurel in reference to a Burglary of Vehicle report. Upon arrival, the complainant stated an unknown person(s) took items out of his vehicle without consent. The complainant said he last saw the items in his vehicle on 04/20/2012, at approximately 6:00PM. while his vehicle was parked in the driveway in front of his residence. He realized the items were missing on 04/22/2012, at approximately 3:00PM. The complainant said a green tackle box and a black flight bag were missing from the back seat of his truck. Inside the bag were a pair of “Light Speed” Zulu headsets, an LED aviator flashlight, an aviation transmitter, an electronic E6B calculator and a blue Cessna flight log book. The complainant said he assumed his vehicle was unlocked when the items were taken due to no signs of forced entry.