- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -
By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor
Quote of the week: "Revenge is an act of passion; vengeance of justice. Injuries are revenged; crimes are avenged." Joseph Joubert
Monday, August 12:
A Lakehills Laddie remains confined to the county calaboose on a trifecta of charges, including felony possession of less than one gram of a PG 1 controlled substance and having weed in a drug-free zone and, perhaps the most heinous crime of all, driving without a license.
A Dolt from Dublin also remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn after she was charged with felony unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and for another felony that had something to do with some kind of forgery. I couldn't figure it out, to be truthful.
Tuesday, August 13:
Disorderly conduct conducted in the Free State of Bantucky seemed sufficient to send a Boob from Blanco to the jug ¬- for a while, at least.
So, not only did this Bandera Bad Boy tool along merrily without a driver's license, he also was pie-eyed in public and was being dogged by a misdemeanor failure-to-appear license, to boot. What a winner!
A Cowboy Capital Cutie, who - at 71 - is certainly old enough to know better, was picked up for writing a check that sizzled in the amount of between $500 and $1,500.
A Bad-Tempered Banderan was, not surprisingly, nicked for assaulting someone with bodily injury.
Wednesday, August 14:
A Lakehills Lush was detained on her first DWI - apparently a Rite of Passage in these here parts!
Thursday, August 15:
A Bonehead from Bandera remains under lock and key, charged with failing to deal adequately with a failure-to-appear warrant and another indicating he had not followed the instructions of a previous court to the letter - or even at all.
A court ordered the arrest of a Center Point Simpleton and so he was and so he remains - confined to the county quod, that is.
Although booked for felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a local yokel spent but a couple of nights in the choky for his bad temper and imprudent judgment.
Friday, August 16:
A misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency apparently sent a no doubt well-brought-up Bandera Boyo to the Big House for a day - or three.
Saturday, August 17:
Oh, no, a trio of misdemeanor traffic warrants proved to be the undoing of a San Antonio Slug - not to mention, really bad driver.
Sunday, August 18:
Some guys just got no luck at all. Here's a nice Bandera Bubba who's still behind bars and all he did was drive without a license and not appear. What is you gonna do? How 'bout applying for a license and appearing on the date that little piece of paper indicated, Bubba.
A Pipe Creek Clot also remains a guest of the X Bar Inn just because he had, on his tail, a felony warrant that may at some point revoke his probation and a misdemeanor warrant that indicated that he, too, had failed to appear at some point in his past. Oh, yeah, he was also dogged by a misdemeanor warrant from that pesky outside agency, in addition to another "other" warrant. What's a guy going to do? How about obeying the law for a change? Oh, that would be too much trouble!!!