Several cars burglarized in Calhoon’s parking lot

By: KXII-TV Staff Email
By: KXII-TV Staff Email

DENISON, Tex. -- College Night at a local club turned into a night of car burglaries on Thursday in the parking lot of Calhoon’s on Texoma Parkway.

Denison Police say they received several calls from victims saying their cars had been broken into and their purses stolen.

Four suspects were arrested for criminal mischief, theft, and one for a traffic violation. Officers say when the four were pulled over for broken tail lights they discovered stereo equipment and several purses.

All four suspects were arrested.


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  • by Mick Location: Sherman on Jan 8, 2008 at 07:01 AM
    So has anyone learned of how little "time" these losers are actually getting. Probably won't get anything but probation. We all know it's not their first "gig." They just manage to squeal on enough people to get the sentences lessened. I think it's CRAP.
  • by Ralph Location: Denison on Jan 2, 2008 at 10:14 PM
    No patron of ANY business deserves to have their car broken into. These clubs hire plenty of bouncers to help regulate offensive behavior INSIDE the club. The parking lots however, are often neglected. It is a real customer service issue. If I were to frequent these establishments, I may be inclined to patronize those clubs that provide parking lot security.
  • by jack Location: on the hill on Jan 2, 2008 at 05:23 PM
    JILL up the hill,has fell down the hill a couple of times after drinking to much
  • by candy Location: dallas on Jan 2, 2008 at 03:50 PM
    Mick I'm talking about the people writing these cold comments being on welfare
  • by mick Location: sherman on Jan 2, 2008 at 02:16 PM
    candy, they aren't all old and on welfare. Well a couple may be but, a couple are low to mid-twenties. Pretty sad I think. To lazy to get a real education or job. They are predators and will probably not get what they deserve. As ususual.
  • by candy Location: dallas on Jan 1, 2008 at 01:50 PM
    guys you are all cold hearted.just because he was at a bar ,does not give anyone the right to break into a car.you guys are jealous because he is young and doing something with his life by going to college and ya'll are old and on welfare. so lets not make fun of anyone
  • by Jill Location: Up the Hill on Dec 31, 2007 at 03:03 PM
    If you only had done one more shot of Tequila, you wouldn't have felt the cold. Heck you probably wouldn't have even noticed the broken window! Things would have SEEMED much better and we wouldn't all be posting our heart felt sympathies for you.
  • by Mork Location: Ork on Dec 31, 2007 at 01:35 PM
    Ok, your required to carry liability insurance which won't cover "your" broken window Anonymous: to the other anonymous, the reason they left their purse is because they didn't want to take the crack pipe in the club: to Me in Denison, try putting some cardboard in that window. I've seen others that drive around with cardboard in their boken window holes - it's "cool" looking - LOL
  • by SUPRISED Location: OKLAHOMA on Dec 31, 2007 at 12:35 PM
    YOU KNOW I AM REAL SUPRISED AT SOME THESE COMMENTS. EVERYBODY LIKES TO GO OUT AND HAVE FUN ONCE IN A WHILE. AND EVERYBODY HAS. SO WHY POKE JOKES AT SOMEBODY WHO HAD THIS HAPPEN TO THEM. JUST BECAUSE THEY WANTED TO GO HAVE FUN DOES NOT MEAN THEY DESERVED TO HAVE THEIR CARS BROKE INTO. THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE LAUGHING ABOUT THIS SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF. OTHERWISE YOUR JUST AS BAD AS THE THEIVES WHO DID THIS
  • by Bigfoot Location: Oklahoma on Dec 31, 2007 at 12:17 PM
    See what those fancy stero's do- they draw attention to thieves. And who leaves their purse in plain sight?
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