PEOPLE IN BRIEF: Police: Bikes stolen from Jenna Bush Hager's home

Police: Bikes stolen from Jenna Bush Hager's home

BALTIMORE -- Baltimore police said two bicycles were stolen from the home of Jenna Bush Hager, the daughter of former President George W. Bush.

Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said no one was at the house owned by Bush Hager and her husband when the burglary occurred Friday afternoon. He said there is no indication that whoever burglarized the home knew who lived there.

Fingerprint evidence was taken, but no suspects have been identified.

The bikes worth about $3,500 combined were taken from a garage, and no entry was made into other parts of the home. Police found pry marks on a door into the garage.

'Toy Story 3' lives up to its buzz with $41M

LOS ANGELES -- ''Toy Story 3'' has become the favorite plaything for moviegoers as the animated sequel heads to a $100-million-plus opening weekend.

The latest hit from Disney's Pixar Animation took in $41 million in its first day Friday, according to studio estimates.

That puts ''Toy Story 3'' on track to join ''Shrek 2'' and ''Shrek the Third'' as the only animated films to top $100 million in their debut weekends.

The weekend's other new wide release bombed. ''Jonah Hex,'' the Warner Bros. comic book adaptation starring Josh Brolin, took in just under $2 million on opening day.

2nd mistrial declared in McConaughey surf battle

MALIBU, Calif. -- A judge has declared a mistrial for a second time in a misdemeanor battery case against two surfers accused of attacking a photographer who tried to photograph actor Matthew McConaughey on a Malibu beach.

Jurors deadlocked Friday in the case against Skylar Peak and Philip Hildebrand.

Malibu Superior Court Judge Lawrence Mira ordered both sides to return to court July 2 when the prosecution is expected to announce whether it plans to retry the case.