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Law West and East of Privilege Creek

Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, March 4:
Despite being arrested on account of felony warrant from an outside agency and making a false report to a law enforcement officer, a Bandera Babe spent but a single night in the county calaboose.
As did a Bandera weedwacker after being picked up for possession of you-know-what!
Wednesday, March 6:
An oh-so-delicate 21-year-old flower from Bandera County's Lake District found herself afoul of the law after conducting herself in a most disorderly fashion.
While a Creepette from Castroville was pinched for being dogged by a failure-to-appear misdemeanor warrant - and for not having liability insurance to boot.
A churlish citizen of Lakehills was placed under arrest for assault by contact.
Thursday, March 7:
A Brazen Boozin' Banderan was also arrested after a deputy determined the woman to be three sheets to the wind in public.
Oh, no, a Kerr-vert came all the way to the Free State of Bantucky only to be sent to the slammer for failing to heed the ministrations of two previous courts.
Well, a Moron from Mountain Home appears to still be a guest of the Doo Drop Inn after being popped for a so-called felony Blue Warrant and for trying to boost something worth $50. I might be wrong but it seems to me if you're being dogged by a felony warrant that may, just may, revoke your parole at any given time, you might want to keep your light fingers to yourself. But, that's just my opinion. I could be wrong.
Friday, March 8:
A San Antonio Slug apparently thought it was okay to possess pot in the Hill County, but he was wrong and appears to be suffering the consequences of his transgression.
Sunday, March 10:
Yet another Lakehills Hellion might have assaulted someone with bodily injury and then, for good measure, made a couple of crank 9-1-1 calls. Dude, emergency dispatch can trace your number!!!!