Law West and East of Privilege Creek
By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor
Monday, April 8:
A Bonehead from Bandera is thankfully still off the streets after being popped for four felony burglary counts - three for a habitat and one for a building.
Wednesday, April 10:
A Lakehills Laddie also remains under lock and key after being picked up for a misdemeanor warrant that may lead to revocation of his probation.
A Bad Boy from Bandera also remains detained on a felony fugitive warrant.
Thursday, April 11:
A bad-tempered Geek from Gilmer was sent to the slammer - albeit briefly - for assaulting someone with bodily injury.
Friday, April 12:
Not only did a Blockhead from Bandera fail to properly identify himself to a deputy from the Bandera County Sheriff's Office, he also decided to resist arrest - apparently unsuccessfully.
A pie-eyed person from Pipe Creek was picked up for public intoxication.
A trooper from the Texas Department of Public Safety stopped a Slug from San Antonio who seemed to be exhibiting reckless driving techniques.
Saturday, April 13:
Lookee here, a Lush from Lakehills was possibly pie-eyed behind a wheel for a second time.
For heaven's sake, here we look to have a 65-year-old weedwacker! Will we never get over the 60s "... when the moon was in the seventh house?"
What would a Saturday night be in this area without a denizen from the Lake District being charged with disorderly conduct?
Now comes a 19-year-old from Bandera and a 17-year-old from Lakehills who were apparently in possession of something that minors ought not to have been, according to the arrest report.
Yet another Souse from San Antonio has been charged with a second DWI.
Sunday, April 14:
To celebrate the Sabbath, a Cowboy Capital Criminal was nabbed for being dogged by a warrant that suggested he had not adhered to a prior court's suggestions.