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Law West and East of Privilege Creek

Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, February 25:
A Lout from Lakehills neglected to secure a driver's license prior to motoring along merrily and so was collared for it.
An Ill-Tempered Denizen from Pipe Creek found herself under arrest for felony aggravated arrest PO.
Wednesday, February 27:
A Bandera Boozer found himself charged with a felony third DWI.
A Lunkhead from Lakehills did not - as expected - get away with felony burglary of a habitation.
While another citizen of the Lake District was stymied by a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency.
Thursday, February 28:
Failing to stop and $200 DAM earned a Medina Miscreant a couple of nights in the X Bar Inn.
A Pipe Creep purportedly prone to crapulence was picked up for a second DWI.
A Bad Boy from Boerne was picked up for possessing pot.
Yet another Lug from Lakehills found himself afoul of the law on a quintet of misdemeanor warrants, including failing to appear, driving without a license and three warrants that may indicate the 21-year-old master criminal may have blown off the suggestions of previous courts.
Friday, March 1:
A Scofflaw from San Antonio not only failed to identify himself he also previously failed to appear. For his transgressions, he remains incarcerated.
Additionally, a Bandera Bad Girl - old enough to know better - also failed to appear, perhaps because she apparently indulges in weed, which a deputy found in her possession. She, too, remains confined to the county can.
A misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency warranted the arrest of a Bandera Blockhead-ette - and so she was.
Saturday, March 2:
A felony warrant that may eventually revoke his parole seemed sufficient to send a Lakehills Laddie to the slammer, where he remains as of this writing.
Yet another local yokel was collared for a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency.
A court ordered the incarceration of a Cowboy Capital Criminal 'cause of a felony and he was.
It wouldn't be a Saturday night in Bandera without someone - it doesn't matter who - being arrested for public intoxication. And, this night was no exception.
Sunday, March 3:
Another fine, upstanding citizen of Bandera remains in the hoosegow for a felony third DWI and for evading arrest, unsuccessfully, it can be assumed, with a vehicle.