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2012-05-17

Law West & East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, May 7:
A Bandera Boozer's luck ran out after he was charged with a first DWI.

Tuesday, May 8:
Yet another Crapulent Creature from the Cowboy Capital found herself carried off to the can for being pie-eyed in public.

Wednesday, May 9:
A Petulant Person from Pipe Creek apparently assaulted someone by contact and was pinched for his trouble.

A Slug from San Antonio thought that one didn't actually need a driver's license to motor merrily through the Hill Country. He was wrong.

Friday, May 11:
A Lakehills Lawbreaker remains confined to the county calaboose for committing criminal mischief.

As does a Miscreant from Medina who ran afoul of the law on account of a pesky misdemeanor warrant that may revoke his parole.

Saturday, May 12:
A Bandera Boyo was freed from the quod after he was picked up for being dogged by a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency.

Some guy from somewhere I've never heard of purportedly burglarized a building, a felony transgression for which he remains a guest of the Do Drop Inn - and Stay for Awhile.

Perhaps not knowing that a warrant had been put out on him, a 21-year-old Lakehill Laddie was nabbed for not appearing for a previous contravention. The law can't help you if you won't help yourself, fella.

A Bandera Bad Girl apparently failed to heed the ministrations of a former court and so was again arrested for her thoughtlessness.

Sunday, May 13:
A Dunderhead from Del Rio found himself in a fix after being pinched for assaulting someone by contact.

Nicked for being dogged by a felony warrant from an outside agency, a Lakehills Lassie gave it up to Texas Department of Public Safety's Boys in Brown.

Yet another fine upstanding Denizen of the Lake District found himself in hot water after being nicked for driving without a license and possessing pot, to boot.

Monday, May 14:
Two 18-year-old local yokel cohorts in crime remain guests of the Gray Bar Inn after being arrested for misdemeanor possession of paraphernalia.