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2013-10-17

- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Quote of the week: "Your mind is your greatest weapon, your body is just the holster you will carry it in." Joe Van Parkman, PPCT (Pressure Point Control Tactics) training

Monday, Oct. 7:
Two Lunkheads from Lakehills participated in the "catch and release" program after being nabbed for misdemeanor warrants from an outside agency.
Tuesday, Oct. 8:
A not-so-young Lovely from the Lake District was pinched for selling something to a minor that she ought not to have.
Wednesday, Oct. 9:
So, this Bandera Bonehead who had an expired driver's license and a failure-to-appear warrant lurking in his background thought it would be a good idea to speed - NOT!
A Master Criminal remains confined to the county can after being jailed for attempting to boost something worth between $500 and $1,500. He, too, at one point in his past failed to appear.
Thursday, Oct. 10:
Apparently, a local yokel was up to some mischief of a criminal variety.
Friday, Oct. 11:
A 37-year-old resident was arrested for felony indecency with a child and sexual contact.
Thank goodness this 21-year-old frequent flyer remains under lock and key. He's now being charged with having a misdemeanor failure-to-appear warrant and a trio of felonies, including a warrant from an outside agency, tampering or fabricating evidence and for possession of a PG 1 controlled substance, and for not heeding the ministrations of previous courts. We have a winner here, folks!
A bonded out Boob from Bandera was nabbed for felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, felony possession of a dangerous drug and the lesser crimes of merely possessing a dangerous drug and attempting to lift something worth between $500 and $1,500. In these here parts, this gink would probably be considered a fine, upstanding young adult.
A Hick from Hondo proved unable to hold his likker!
So this Cowboy Capital Nincompoop was nailed due to a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency, but was released the next day - hopefully into the custody of said "outside agency," but we're not counting on it.
A 17-year-old example of a model "yewt" was arrested for criminal trespass.
Saturday, Oct. 12:
A Kerr-vert reached the ripe age of 61 before being busted in Bandera for her first DWI.
A Bad-Tempered Bandera was collared for assault with bodily injury.
Sunday, Oct. 13:
A 17-year-old weedwacker from Lakehills was also charged with felony unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
A court ordered the arrest of a Medina Miscreant and so he was and so he was released two days later.
Monday, Oct. 14:
A Dolt from Danville remains the recipient of three hots and a cot, courtesy of county taxpayers, charged with being dogged by a felony warrant from an outside agency, driving without a license and for failing to appear in his past.