Law West & East of Privilege Creek
By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor
Tuesday, Sept. 4:
A 40-year-old Bandera Boozer was picked up for being pissed in public.
Yet another local yokel has apparently found it problematic to follow the instructions of a previous court - hence the outstanding misdemeanor capius pro fine warrant.
A court ordered the incarceration of the Corpus Christi Creep so he was - and so he remains.
A Pip from Pipe Creek also remains confined to the county can due to a trio of misdemeanors, including a warrant that may revoke his probation and two instances of this master criminal failing to follow the suggestions of previous courts.
Wednesday, Sept. 5:
A Bad-Tempered Banderan was whisked off to the hoosegow for misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
Surprisingly, a Nincompoop from New Braunfels also remains a guest of the local Do Drop Inn & Stay Awhile due to being dogged by a misdemeanor warrant that may eventually revoke his probation - but probably won't.
A Scofflaw from Somerset, who thought he could bounce a rubber check in the Free State of Bandera, apparently thought wrong.
A Hellion from Houston did not - I repeat, did not - get away with driving without a license, according to John Law.
Thursday, Sept. 6:
Although his time in the hoosegow was limited, a Lakehills Lawbreaker was nevertheless arrested for felony manufacture and delivery of a PG1 controlled substance.
Friday, Sept. 7:
A Sinner from Centerpoint was charged with misdemeanor "duty strkng fixture" - whatever that is.
An 18-year-old San Antone Sluggo apparently forgot it was still illegal to possess pot, especially in an ostensible drug-free zone.
Saturday, Sept. 8:
Oh, no, a denizen of Bandera busted for misdemeanor reckless driving? Say it ain't so, Joe!
Now comes two blaggardly Blottos from Bandera who were picked up for a second and first DWI, respectively.
And, yet another Bandera Bad Boy has been threatened with a probation revocation by a pesky misdemeanor warrant.