- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -
By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor
A word to wise law enforcement officers from a former bounty hunter and bail bondsman, now living in Bandera: "Guys, before you kick down a front door to confront a suspect or serve a warrant, try going through the back door first. It's usually flimsier - if not unlocked!"
Monday, Sept. 9:
A Lunkhead from Lakehills was popped for possessing paraphernalia of an injectionable type.
A so-called felony Blue Warrant might eventually keep a Lakehills Lassie behind bars - where she now is - by revoking her parole.
Tuesday, Sept. 10:
Well, this 21-year-old Bandera Boyo seems to be off to a great start. As of this writing, he's still stashed in the slammer for a quartet of misdemeanors, including two warrants for not abiding by the rulings of previous court(s), another for failing to appear and also a charge of assault with bodily injury. Quite the little over-achiever, isn't he?
A Master Criminal, who hails from the River City, also remains a guest of the Doo Drop - And Stay A While - Inn, charged with myriad misdemeanors and, for good measure, a duo of felonies. His rap sheet includes a quartet of apparently failing to follow the instructions of previous magistrates, a failure-to-appear warrant and driving without a license, in addition to a felony "other" warrant and another for aggravated perjury. Well, my question is: Don't they have jails in San Antone?
Okay, it seems we have a slew of hapless yewts, ranging in age from 17 to 21 years, from Pipe Creek, Bandera, Tarpley, Lakehills and Bandera, Bandera and, yes, Bandera, again, who were busted for carrying less that two ounces of MJ.
A 41-year-old Bandera Babe was nicked for being dogged by one of those pesky felony Blue Warrants that might eventually revoke her parole.
Wednesday, Sept. 11:
A Sissy from San Angelo remains under lock and key after a law enforcement officer discover his felony motion-to-revoke-his-probation warrant.
Thursday, Sept. 12:
Ditto, but this San Antonio Scofflaw was popped for a mere misdemeanor motion-to-revoke-his-probation warrant. Nevertheless, both bad 'uns remain confined to the county's can.
A Bandera Boozer was collared for an ostensible first DWI.
Friday, Sept. 13:
Bad luck for her, but this Bandera Booby was busted for two misdemeanor counts of the ever-fascinating "duty strkng fixture" charge.
A Lawbreaker from Lakehills remains in the county quod, charged with a felony warrant that might revoke his probation.
A Yutzz from Utopia was detained for her first DWI. Bad luck to you, too, Babe.
Saturday, Sept. 14:
Oh, no, say it ain't so! A Sattidy nite in Bantucky and this chick gets nailed for public intoxication. What's this world coming to?
"Another Saturday night & I ain't got no money, but I did have a couple of shots at a local watering hole before climbing behind a wheel and now I have been charged with my second DWI," warbled a Songbird from San Antone. I believe it went something like that, but I could be wrong.
It appears a couple of wired babes from Bandera and Medina got involved in a bout of fisticuffs and found themselves charged with assault with bodily injury and assault by contact, respectively. Not for nuttin', but the Mooncalf from Medina remains in the gaol for her trouble.