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2013-01-10

Law West and East of Priviledge Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor



Saturday, Dec. 22:
An outside warrant warranted the arrest of a Bad Boy from Bandera - and so he was.
Ditto for a Moron from Medina.
Two "other" warrants left a Pipe Creek Pip languishing in the quod until Christmas Eve.
Yet another Bandera Bandito remains confined to the county can due to a misdemeanor warrant that may eventually revoke his probation.
Suddenly, a Bandera Bad Girl ran afoul of the law due to a warrant from an outside agency.
Sunday, Dec. 23:
Well, this fine, upstanding citizen of the Cowboy Capital remains in the hoosegow on myriad charges that include not one, but four failure-to-appear warrants; evading arrest (although not successfully, it would seem); possessing dangerous drugs; two charges of making something (possibly the dangerous drugs?) available to a minor; and the inevitable skipping bond charge.
Now, it appears two Blockheads from Bandera and Blanco were coincidentally arrested for felony possession of a PG1 controlled substance. Wouldn't you know that the local is still enjoying three hots and a cot courtesy of the county citizenry.
A Lakehills Lunkhead was pinched for being dogged by a failure-to-appear warrant.
Friday, Dec. 28:
As was a Pipe Creep who spent rather more time in the county calaboose for his transgression.
A Lady from the Lake District - old enough to know better - was collared for a trio of "other" warrants.
Saturday, Dec. 29:
A Bad-Tempered Banderan was busted for busting some heads thereby assured of being charged with two counts of assault.
Sunday, Dec. 30:
Oooooh, nooooo, Mr. Gilleriamo. If you're in this county illegally, please do not get pie-eyed in public thereby attracting the attention of John Law.
Ditto if you're inebriated behind the wheel and your Green Card is out of order - even if you are a citizen of San Antonio.
So, this local yokel is only 23, but he remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn & Stay Awhile for misdemeanor assault by contact and a misdemeanor traffic warrant and a felony motion to revoke his probation. I think it might be easier if this dude would just obey the law.
Monday, Dec. 31:
Great, get stopped on New Year's Eve for a first DWI. What a way to start out the New Year.
Tuesday, Jan. 1:
So this Scofflaw from San Antone comes to the Hill County on the very first day of a very New Year and gets nailed because of two warrants from an outside agency.
On the other hand, a Halfwit from Helotes gets stopped for a first count of driving while intoxicated and for possessing dangerous drugs to boot.
While a Perp from Pipe Creek just can't seem to shake those pesky warrants - one from an outside agency and the other due to a previous traffic infraction - that messed up his first day of a New Year.