- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -
By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor
My advice to the lawbreakers being made fun of below: "Better call Saul!"
Monday, Sept. 30:
A Scalawag from Spring Branch found herself in hot water - and still in the quod - after being charged with two felony counts of burglary of a habitation.
Tuesday, Oct. 1:
The above's cohort in crime, an apparent DeQuad from Devine, also remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn, charged with a quartet of felonies, including two burglaries of a habitation, unlawful possession of a firearm as a felon and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
A couple of felony warrants from outside agency tripped up the good times of a Lakehills Laddie.
Wednesday, Oct. 2:
A trio of misdemeanor warrants, including two for not heeding the ministrations of previous courts and another from the ubiquitous "other" agency, sent a Lunkhead from Lakehills to the slammer for a night.
A Banderan might have Broken Bad after he was picked up for possession of inhalant paraphernalia.
Thursday, Oct. 3:
We got ourselves a regular crime wave in Lakehills. Yet another Lawbreaker remains within the confines of our county can after being nicked for felony manufacture and deliver of a PG 1 controlled substance; possessing the certain chemicals necessary to manufacture and deliver the aforementioned controlled substance; unlawful possession by a felon of a firearm to protect himself while manufacturing and delivering said controlled substance; and apparently just for the heck of it, possessing weed, to boot.
Another of this guy's partners in crime was nabbed for possession of a PG 1 controlled substance while a third Master Criminal was also booked for felony manufacture and deliver of a PG 1 controlled substance, felony possession of certain chemicals and, just to smooth things out a bit, having some weed, too.
Friday, Oct. 4:
A boozin' babe from Bandera was busted for her first DWI.
After assaulting someone by contact, an evil-tempered Pip from Pipe Creek was found to have been being dogged by a failure-to-appear warrant.
Saturday, Oct. 5:
Oh, no, after he was stopped for speeding, a background check of this Kerr-Vert revealed that he, too, had a failure-to-appear warrant lurking in his past.
A Scofflaw from San Antone got tripped up by a warrant that indicated he had not followed the suggestions of a previous court.
A felony third DWI put the kibosh on the celebrations of a Bandera Boozer - for probably a short time or at least until he gets out of the hoosegow.
A bout of fisticuffs, coupled with the use of a deadly weapon, led a Brawlin' Boerne-ite straight to Bandera's Big House, where he remains - at least for the time being.
Sunday, Oct. 6:
The clock is ticking for a San Antonio Souse who was just busted for his second DWI.
So, this 18-year-old from the Creek District remains in our fair Big House for having a "fictional license plate" and a more serious felony charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. So, whaddaya think he created his LP from, crayons and cardboard?
An Ignutz from Edna also remains in the gaol for felony delivery of a controlled substance and for fictionalization of an inspection sticker, insurance information and vehicle registration. Is there a master forger somewhere in the vicinity? Obviously not!
This is getting sooooo boooring! Someone else from the Lake District is still receiving three hots and a cot for assault with bodily injury and a misdemeanor "other" warrant.