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Law West & East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, August 27:
This Scofflaw from San Antone sounds like a winner. His ostensible actions resulted in two felony charges - DWI with a child in the vehicle and evading arrest with a vehicle. Which only goes to prove, bubba, you can run but apparently you can't hide.

A Chump from Comfort remains confined to the county can on myriad counts, including two past failures to appear and well as possession of pot and the pipe to smoke it with.

How many times have I told you? Don't drink and drive if you're in this country illegally! Yet another undocumented worker has failed to heed my warning.

A Crapulent from the Creek District was pinched for being pissed in public. EEEEUUUUU, gross!!!

Tuesday, August 28:
A traffic warrant apparently put the kibosh on the good times of a reveler from River City.

A Kerr-Vert got a Strike 2 when he was nabbed a second time for driving drunkenly.

Wednesday, August 29:
Although only charged with misdemeanors, they seemed to be sufficiently serious to warrant a stay in the slammer. The contraventions of this Stooge from San Antonio included burglary of a vehicle, evading arrest, public intoxication and, last but not least, failing to heed the suggestions of a previous court.

Likewise a Lakehills Lawbreaker's trio of transgressions - a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency, a second DWI and something called "duty strkng fixture" - warranted that he remain confined to the quod. Or maybe he just couldn't make bail.

Yet another Blockhead - this one from Bandera - who's still calling the county calaboose "Home Sweet Home" due to felony misappropriation of fiduciary property, two traffic warrants and another for failing to appear.

Three felony charges - two failure-to-appear warrants and possession of a controlled substance - ensured that a Sweet Thang from San Angelo remain in county custody.

Perhaps the above madchen had a cohort in crime. Another lady - this one from Atascosa - also remains a guest of the Gray Bar Inn after being picked up for four felonies, including two charges of attempting to steal something worth between $1,500 and $20,000, burglary of a habitat and organized criminal activity. Could the band of master criminals operating in Bandera County been cracked at last? If so, they were arrested by Kimball County law enforcement officers.

Thursday, August 30:
Uh, oh, a Bad-Tempered Bandera Boyo assaulted someone with bodily injury and didn't get away with it.

A court ordered that a Bad Boy from Bandera be arrested for a former felony and so he was.

Friday, August 31:
A Sot from San Antonio was picked up on four misdemeanors, including two failure-to-appear warrants and two more that indicated he had not paid he slightest attention to the suggestions of prior courts. Worst luck for him ...

Rather than solving a grievance with the use of witty repartee, a Lunkhead from Lakehills employed his fists instead and was posthaste arrested for assault by contact.

A 53-year-old Simpleton from San Antonio - who should have known better - found herself in the clutches of John Law for felony use of a vehicle to evade arrest, driving without a license and - wait for it! - failing to heed the suggestions of a previous court.

A Pipe Creep was found to be driving without a license. After reading about the above disobediences, this almost sounds legal, doesn't it?