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2013-05-30

- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, May 20:
A Sweetie from San Antonio saw the inside of the slammer after being seized for being dogged by a misdemeanor traffic warrant and another from an outside agency.

A Pipe Creek piebald spent a couple of days under lock and key because of a misdemeanor failure-to-appear warrant and an "other" one, to boot.

Although charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and for misdemeanor possession of a dangerous drug, a Bad-Tempered Bad Girl from Bandera spent but a scant two days behind bars for her bad luck.

Tuesday, May 21:
A 62-year-old Bandera Blowhard was nabbed for assaulting something that resulted in bodily injury.

Wednesday, May 22:
A trifecta of felonies, including unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, possession of a PG 1 controlled substance and escape, sent a Bandera Bad Boy to the quod. I guess his "escape" wasn't as well thought out as he had hoped.

A Souse from San Ford (??!!) was nicked for a first DWI.

The Long Arm of John Law finally swept up a Bandera Blockhead on a quartet of misdemeanor warrants that resulted from her failure to heed the suggestions of previous courts. Oh, well, live and don't learn, hon.

Thursday, May 23:
Apparently a Lakehills Lunkhead did not get away with assaulting someone with bodily injury as he probably anticipated he would have.

Saturday, May 25:
Yet another Bonehead from Bandera thought he was smarter than anyone else. Nevertheless, he was nabbed for felony possession of having no more than four grams of a controlled substance, as well as for his pocketful of pot in a drug-free zone and a dangerous drug, as well. The 30-year-old man got out of jail a little over 24 hours later.

However, it appears his 17-year-old companion was not so lucky as she's still in the slammer, also charged with felony possession of no more than four grams of a controlled substance, having weed in a drug-free zone, possession of a dangerous drug and - the kicker - driving without a license!

A Boozer from Boerne was caught driving while intoxicated for a second time. The clock is ticking for you, Bubba.

A Criminal from the Cowboy Capital was pinched for being outside of the law in the usual ways - being dogged by two misdemeanor traffic warrants, an "other" one and a felony warrant from an outside agency. Nevertheless, he bonded out in record time.

Sunday, May 26:
A Kerr-Vert and a Bandera Bad Girl each celebrated the Sabbath by felony possession of a PG 1 controlled substance.

Although he was busted for just a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency, a Hick from Hondo remains a Guest of the Do Drop Inn as of this writing.