Law West & East of Privilege Creek
By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor
Tuesday, Sept. 18:
A Bumpkin from Bandera was busted for felony possession of a PG 1 controlled substance and apparently remains in can for her not-so-canny behavior.
A 19-year-old Perp from Pipe Creek seemingly failed to adhere to the kind suggestions of a previous court and so the transgressor was jailed - albeit for but a short time.
Thursday, Sept. 20:
A New Waverly Nitwit also remains confined to the county can on account of driving while intoxicated for a first time and for possessing pot while doing it.
Friday, Sept. 21:
A court ordered that a Pipe Creep be incarcerated on two misdemeanor charges and so he was and so he remains.
A highway patrol officer hit the jackpot when he pulled over a Cretin from Conroe. When the dust settled, the chump had been charged with six misdemeanors, including being dogged by a warrant from an outside agency, as well as by a failure-to-appear warrant; assault with bodily injury; possession of the ubiquitous "dangerous drug"; and possession of various controlled substances. He also appeared to have been carrying a firearm, which, as he is a former felon, is also a no-no. So a felony charge has been added to the half dozen misdemeanors already racked up by this master criminal.
A Bad-Tempered Birdbrain from Bandera found himself charged with misdemeanor assault with bodily injury. That kinda sounded like the beginning of a naughty limerick, didn't it?
Saturday, Sept. 22:
A 20-year-old Kerr-vert minor was pinched for driving under the influence and for doing it without a license, as well.
Although undoubtedly a very well brought-up lady, a mendacious Mooncalf from Medina found herself sent to the slammer for assault with bodily injury.
Sunday, Sept. 23:
A tanked-up twit from Lafayette and a Bandera Boozer were ostensibly three sheets to the wind in public.
While a Lush from Lakehills found himself on the wrong side of John Law after being stopped for his first DWI.