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Law West and East of Priviledge Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, Jan. 21:
A dipsomaniac from Medina got popped for a first DWI.
Tuesday, Jan. 22:
A Creepette from Corpus hit the jackpot of illegal behavior after she was collared on eight misdemeanors, including bouncing a couple of rubber checks, issuing a half dozen bad checks and for being dogged by the ubiquitous "warrant from an outside agency."
A Miserable Mope from Medina remains confined to the county can after being detained for a felony warrant from an outside agency and for failing to identify himself, as well.
A Kerr-Vert couldn't seem to get arrested by her county's law enforcement officers, but those in Bandera County were happy to oblige, charging her with two "other" warrants and another two that indicated she had failed to make previous court appearances.
Wednesday, Jan. 23:
A weedwacker from Pipe Creek also apparently failed to appear. Why is that not surprising?
Thursday, Jan. 24:
Not only was a Scofflaw from San Antone being tailed by a failure-to-appear warrant, but she was also hauled to the hoosegow for possessing a PG 1 controlled substance as well as the requisite paraphernalia with which to enjoy it.
An uncouth undesirable from Universal City got tripped up by a pair of misdemeanor "other" warrants.
Saturday, Jan. 26:
A Simpleton from San Antonio remains a guest of Bandera's X Bar Inn due to a felony warrant from an outside agency in addition to feloniously possessing a PG 1 controlled substance.
A Lunkhead from Lakehills also remains a guest of the Doo Drop In and Stay Awhile Inn on a quartet of charges, such as evading and resisting arrest, a first DWI and felony possession of a PG 1 controlled substance.
A Retard from River City was tripped up in the Hill Country by a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency.
Sunday, Jan. 27:
A 48-year-old Souse from Somewhere celebrated the Sabbath by being unable to hold his likker in public.
A Jerk from Jewett found himself being faced with a first DWI.
A Cretin from Center Point remains confined to the county quod due to a quintet of what appears to be misdemeanor warrants, including four that indicated the 26-year-old Master Criminal might not have heeded the suggestions of a previous court and the fifth from that famed "outside" agency.
A San Antonio Sap is still sucking up three hots and a cot here in the Hill County due to a misdemeanor charge of reckless driving. What's that all about?