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- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Quote of the week, compiled by Denny Davis: "May the 'Force' be with you."

Monday, July 22:
A Bandera Boyo found himself in hot water due to his possession of inhalant paraphernalia.

Tuesday, July 23:
A Bad-Tempered Banderan was arrested for felony retaliation and misdemeanor assault with bodily injury.

Yet another fine-upstanding resident of Bantucky was charged with obstruction of a highway - and we know what that stood for in another day and age!

Not content to merely go one toke over the line, a Kerr-Vert was purportedly also pissed in public.

Wednesday, July 24:
A warrant from an outside agency put the kibosh on the good times of another model citizen of the Cowboy Capital.

Another assault by contact occurred, this time perpetrated by a Denizen of the Lake District.

A resident of the Cowboy Capital was just too engrossed in something or the other to bother about procuring a driver's license.

Thursday, July 25:
A Skell from San Antone remains a guest of the Do Drop Inn after being pinched for a misdemeanor failure-to-appear warrant.

A Bodacious Bandera Babe also remains under lock and key for being dogged by not one, but five warrants that indicated she may not have followed to a letter the suggestions of previous courts.

A felony warrant from an outside agency seemed sufficient to send a Bandera Blockhead to the slammer - where he remains.

Friday, July 26:
So, not only was this local yokel picked up for possession of inhalant paraphernalia, but also for being pickled in public as well.

A Twerp from Tarpley also remains a guest of Bandera's Big House on a trio of misdemeanors, including the ubiquitous possession of inhalant paraphernalia, a first DWI and, inexplicably, for assaulting someone with bodily injury.

Saturday, July 27:
Oh, say it ain't so, Joe, someone from Bandera was arrested for indulging in a bout of fisticuffs!

A Scofflaw from San Antonio still finds himself a guest of Bandera's X Bar Inn after assaulting someone by contact and for reveling in a bit of criminal mischief.

Sunday, July 28:
A Boozer from Boerne was charged with his first DWI in Bandera.

After being arrested for felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, an ill-tempered local posted bond in record time.

A sextet of misdemeanor charges, including possession of a dangerous drug x five and a failure-to-appear warrant, seemed sufficient to send a Cowboy Capital Criminal to the slammer for awhile.

A DeQuad from Dallas is still getting three hots and a cot - courtesy of local taxpayers - after he assaulted someone with the end result of bodily injury.