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2012-04-26

Law West & East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor


Monday, April 16:
A felony warrant from an outside agency seemed sufficient to send an 18-year-old Slug from Spring Branch to the slammer - for a few hours at least.

A Blockhead from Boerne remains a guest of the Do Drop Inn after being detained on a felony warrant that may eventually serve to revoke his probation.

Tuesday, April 17:
A Bad-Tempered Babe was picked up for assaulting someone with bodily injury.

The good times of a Scofflaw from San Antone were put on hold - for but a short time, alas - due to a felony warrant from an outside agency.

A Lakehills Lush was picked up on her first DWI charge.

If you're gonna drive with reckless abandon in Bandera, at least attempt get rid of your stash when stopped by a member of the local constabulary lest you also be charged with both misdemeanors - which she was.

An idjit from Ingram made like Tony Parker and bounced a rubber check - tho' not very successfully.

A Criminal from Comfort remains in our local lockup after a felony bench warrant was issued for him.

A court ordered the arrest of a Bandera Bad Boy and so he was and so he remains - in Bandera's Big House, that is.

Wednesday, April 18:
"Let les bonne temps rollez in Bandera," cried a local yokel just before she was busted for MJ possession and for being pie-eyed in public, as well.

Apparently, a Pipe Creep couldn't hold his liquor in public either - and paid an overnight stay in the gaol as the price for his
intemperance.

Thursday, April 19:
So, not only did this 17-year-old well-brought-up young lady from Medina find herself charged with criminal mischief, she apparently had a smoke hanging out of her mouth while committing it. Thus, she has also been charged with being a minor in possession of a tobacco product.
Or, maybe she was dippin'. Same difference, huh?

A Bad Tempered Bandera Boyo found himself in the calaboose for assaulting someone with bodily injury.

Saturday, April 21:
Although facing a quartet of charges that include public intoxication, resisting arrest and two counts of criminal mischief, yet another Lakehills Lush spent but an overnight in the slammer.

Another Saturday night in the Lake District sees denizens being charged with being pissed in public and being inebriated, for a first time, behind a wheel.

Sunday, April 22:
A Simp from San Antonio remains confined to the county can after she was busted for being dogged by two misdemeanor warrants from an outside agency.

An ill-tempered pugilist from Lakehills also remains a guest of the Gray Bar Inn after he was arrested for assault with bodily injury.