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Law West & East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Tuesday, Feb. 28:
A pothead from Pipe Creek was pinched for having MJ and a pipe from which to enjoy it.

Thursday, March 1:
A Blockhead from Bandera found himself facing a triptych of misdemeanor charges after being picked up for public intoxication, a failure-to-appear warrant and an "other" warrant.

A 30-year-old Bandera Boozer found himself behind bars after being nabbed for an ostensible second DWI.

Another fine, upstanding local "yewt," who neglected to procure a driver' license, found himself a guest of the Dew Drop Inn for his forgetfulness.

After being nabbed for resisting arrest and for disorderly conduct, perhaps a 17 year old fellow had embarked on a life of crime.

The life of a Pipe Creep - old enough to know better - was apparently just too busy to allow him to procure a driver's license and mandatory liability insurance. Regarding the liability insurance, he didn't have sufficient time to procure it twice, it would seem.

Friday, March 2:
A Ninny from New Braunfels motored all the way to Bandera only to be picked up for driving drunk behind a wheel for a first time.

That arrest was only to be surpassed by a San Antonio Sot who not only attempted to flee the Long Arm of the Law, but, failing that, he also found himself charged with a second DWI.

While another boozer from the River City was summarily charged with a felony because she was apparently tippling behind a wheel with a child passenger.

A Bad Girl from Bandera, who should have known better, was picked up for felony tampering with and fabricating evidence.

Whereas, another Bandera Booby remains confined to the county can after two felony bench warrants were issued on her behest.

Apparently a 19 year old from Pipe Creek, who is purportedly no stranger to the law enforcement community, also remains in the Bandera Big House for the gentle crime of failing to heed the ministrations of a previous court.

Saturday, March 3:
A misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency seemed sufficient to send a Seguin Scofflaw to the slammer - for a few hours at least.

A 50something guy from Bandera apparently went one toke over the line and was picked up for carrying less than two ounces of weed.

A Moron from Moore came all the way to the Beautiful Texas Hill County only to find himself charged with a felony third DWI.

Sunday, March 4:
A lovely young local yokel is also facing a charge of weed wacking.

A Bad-Tempered Bandera Boyo remains in the quod after finding himself booked with criminal trespass and assault by contact.