- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -
By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor
Quote of the week: Police in Los Angeles had good luck with a robbery suspect who just couldn't control himself during a lineup. When detectives asked each man in the lineup to repeat the words: "Give me all your money or I'll shoot," the man shouted, "That's not what I said!"
Well, onward to this week's master criminal arrested in the Hills of Bantucky ...
Monday, Sept. 23:
After apparently dumping some st*%f, which he really shouldn't have, along a county road, a Pip from Pipe Creek found hisself charged with misdemeanor litter abatement and, almost as an afterthought, was found to have a warrant that indicated he had failed to appear, too.
Tuesday, Sept 24:
A 71-year-old seasoned citizen spent a night in the county can after she was nicked for a quintet of failure-to-appear warrants. Geesch, Nana, give up the ghost and appear already.
A Lakehills Lunkhead remains under lock and key on two felony charges - a warrant from an outside agency and unlawful possession - of a firearm, we presume - as a felon.
Wednesday, Sept. 25:
A Pipe Creep remains receiving largesse from county taxpayers due to two misdemeanor failure-to-appear warrants and two others for driving without a license.
A Kretin from K-K-K-K-Katy liked Bandera so much he decided to stay awhile in our fair slammer because of a previous misdemeanor warrant that may eventually revoke his probation - but probably won't.
Thursday, Sept. 26:
A Bodacious Bandera Boozer was picked up for her very first DWI.
Friday, Sept. 27:
A potential Pipe Creek Criminal Mastermind failed miserably after she was nicked not only for apparently failing to identify herself properly, but also for failing to evade arrest properly. A successful evasion would be defined as actually getting away.
A Kerr-Vert who possessed less than a gram of PG 1 controlled substance got popped for it.
Saturday, Sept. 28:
A misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency offered a Lakehills Lawbreaker a pause that refreshed - in the local quod, that is.
No matter how smart you are, if you're driving without a license, eventually you'll be found out as one Bandera Boyo, who's still in the Bandera County Big House, discovered.
Sunday, Sept. 29:
A Dunderhead from the Lake District remains in the X Bar Inn after being nabbed on account of a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency.
Oh, no, say it ain't so, Joe, yet another Bandera Boozer was caught with a - GASP! - open container in her vehicle.
Luck ran out for a Lush from La Costa. Not only was he collared for a felony third DWI, but he was also charged for driving without a license and with resisting arrest, to boot. For his trifecta of transgressions, he still awaits release from the gaol.