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2012-03-15

Law West & East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Tuesday, March 6:
A Bad-Tempered Bandera Boyo found himself in hot water not only for misdemeanor violation of a court order, but also for assaulting someone that resulted in bodily injury.

Wednesday, March 7:
A Scofflaw from San Antonio thought she could get away with fraudulent use of identification information in the boonies of Bandera. She couldn't and found herself charged with a felony instead.

A Bandera Boozer was picked up for her first DWI.

A Flunky from Fort Worth was dogged by a misdemeanor warrant that could eventually lead to the revocation of his probation.

Thursday, March 8:
An Elbow-Bender from Erie proved unable to hold his likker in public.

A Sweet Young Miss Thing from Pipe Creek remains confined to the county can after being confronted with a felony warrant that could revoke her probation.

A Cowboy Capital Criminal also remains under lock and key after being charged with felony aggravated sexual assault and sexual assault.

A Freak from F'burg is still a guest of the Gray Bar Inn due to a quartet of charges that include a felony third DWI and a trio of felony and misdemeanor warrants from outside agencies.

Friday, March 9:
A Slug from San Antone was nabbed by Bandera County's finest on two misdemeanor "other" warrants.

Saturday, March 10:
A 27-year-old well-brought-up Pipe Creep hit the trifecta of misdemeanor charges that included being pie-eyed in public, resisting arrest and failing to identify herself.

Sunday, March 11:
A Mope from Medina celebrated the Sabbath by being three sheets to the wind in public.

A Bad-Tempered Broad and her cohort in pugilistics from the Creek District were charged with assault with bodily injury. The guy remains a guest of the X Bar Inn for his fisticuff exhibition, but the broad apparently bailed out.

In addition to the above arrests, during the week of Monday, March 5, through Sunday, March 11, local law enforcement officers also responded to a half dozen major vehicular accidents and one hit and run incident; 10 disturbances, domestic disputes and loud parties; two harassments and two thefts; five calls reporting criminal trespass and mischief; 29 calls regarding our four-legged friends; two shots that apparently rang out; a quartet of assaults and a single death; two missing or lost persons; nine suspicious vehicles and circumstances; an astonishing 16 9-1-1 hang-ups (people, you know dispatchers track your telephone number when you call 9-1-1, don't you?); and 14 reports of reckless driving.