MobileLock in the News
ROCKDALE COUNTY, GA A Metro Atlanta homebuilder is striking back after months of playing victim to thieves. Like other home builders, Patrick Lockman is struggling with a challenging economy. As if that wasn't bad enough, thieves have made him a frequent target in recent months.
If you’re an avid Tone Deaf reader, you’ll know that we regularly report on local bands and artists who’ve had their gear stolen. We’re never excited to run these stories, but we always hope that doing so might lead to the gear being recovered.
We hear this sad story way too often. Last Saturday, while Zane Williams and his band stopped for lunch at a Mexican restaurant just north of Houston, the van and trailer containing all of their gear was stolen.
In May of last year, while touring through Houston, the McKinney-based country musician Zane Williams was ripped off big time.
October 10, 2006 - Model DS500 MOBILELOCK(TM) GPS Locator and Anti-Theft Alarm sends alert by phone or email, allowing contractors to locate unit in real-time using Internet-based street maps or satellite imagery. Portable, wireless system mounts to equipment using heavy-duty magnets or screws, and runs off rechargeable Li-Ion batteries. Tamper, door, vibration, and temperature sensors can be programmed individually through phone or MOBILELOCK website for monitoring of assets.
The number of bands who are getting their valuables stolen lately is too damn high. The latest victims, Foxing, are the most recent in a long line of musicians that seem to be unfortunately losing everything they have. You don’t need a rocket scientist to tell you that this is an issue, especially for touring bands.
A Metro Atlanta homebuilder is striking back after months of playing victim to thieves. Like other home builders, Patrick Lockman is struggling with a challenging economy. As if that wasn't bad enough, thieves have made him a frequent target in recent months.
The global-positioning system monitor on the appliance, embedded by developer KB Home, is the latest tool to help police foil home burglaries.
The Houston Police Department have announced an unprecedented number of arrests connected to a theft ring that involved stealing vans and trailers filled with expensive music gear from touring musicians.