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- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, May 6:
A Pipe Creep conducted himself in a disorderly manner and, as a consequence, spent a night in the quod.

Tuesday, May 7:
It took but a few hours to spring a Bandera Bonehead after he was jailed for misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance.

Yet another denizen of the Creek District found himself staring at the inside of a cell after making a false report to a peace officer.

A Gink from Gillespie was nabbed and charged with misdemeanor "duty strking fixture" - whatever the Sam Hill that is!

A Blockhead from Boerne remains confined to a cell for a trifecta of transgressions, including felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and two misdemeanor for assault with bodily injury charges.

The good times of a quartet of Bandera Bad Boys were abruptly stopped after they were charged with attempting to unsuccessfully evade a bench warrant, for which a 29 year old remains incarcerated; public intoxication; a first DWI; and driving without benefit of a license.

Wednesday, May 8:
A Lawbreaker from Lakehills remains a guest of the X Bar Inn after he was arrested for felony possession of chemicals that probably could be used to manufacture an illegal substance and for being dogged by a so-called felony Blue Warrant that might - just might - revoke this Master Criminal's parole.

A Madchen from Medina - certainly old enough to know better - has been charged with making a terroristic threat.

Thursday, May 9:
Although a fugitive warrant for a resident of the Lake District proved to be of a misdemeanor variety, the 51 year old remains incarcerated in the county's version of The Big House anyway.

Alas and alack, two misdemeanor "other" warrants, coupled with being pinched for felony assault with bodily injury, seemed insufficient to keep a Bandera Booger under lock and key for more than 48 hours.

Friday, May 10:
Yet another Lakehills Laddie became a no-doubt innocent victim of a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency.

A Cowboy Capital Criminal faced the inside of a cell due to not heeding the suggestions of a previous court and for a pesky misdemeanor "other" warrant, as well.

Saturday, May 11:
A major minor was arrested for driving under the influence.

A luckless - and bad-tempered, as it turned out - citizen of Lakehills found himself on the wrong side of the Long Arm of the Law all because of a charge of felony assault with bodily injury.

A Kerr-Vert was busted for driving without a license.

Failing to appear proved to be the undoing of a luckless Pipe Creek Cretin.

A Bodacious Bandera Babe - again, old enough to know better - was picked up for being pie-eyed in public.

Sunday, May 12:
In celebration of the Sabbath, three local rogues remain confined to the county calaboose on various misdemeanor charges that include not paying strict attention to the recommendations of a previous court, assaulting someone by contact and for motoring along merrily without a license.