- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -
By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor
Quote of the Week: "Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience." Mark Twain
Monday, Nov. 4:
Despite being arrested for felony indecency with a child, sexual contact; felony burglary of a habitation; and sale to a minor, a resident of Lakehills spent but one night in jail.
A Bandera Bad Boy remains under lock and key due to a misdemeanor warrant that might prove to be the bane of his probation.
A Boozin' Babe from Bandera was picked up for doin' it in public.
A Pipe Creep found herself in a pickle after being charged with felony driving while intoxicated with a child in the vehicle.
Tuesday, Nov. 5:
Well, congratulations to a local yokel who reached the ripe old age of 17 before being charged with his first DWI. Bring out the balloons, party favors and dancing bear!
Meanwhile a 55-year-old Cowboy Capital Criminal found himself plucked asunder and charged with theft of services, like maybe a gas drive-off, failure to pay a restaurant tab or some such.
Apparently in the throes of a drug-induced stupor, a San Antonian remains confined to the county calaboose for possession of pot in a drug-free zone. Whereas, his possible Consort in Crime, who was arrested by Bexar County law enforcement officers, has been charged with felony possession of controlled substance, as well as for ignoring a failure-to-appear warrant. She, too, remains, in veritable seclusion on Highway 173 North.
Wednesday, Nov. 6:
The court ordered a Cretin from Converse to the county can where she remains.
An Idjit from Ingram found himself on the Wrong Side of the Law when he was charged with felony manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. Not to worry, though, he bonded out posthaste.
Not only is this Fool from F'burg being housed for Gillespie County, but, to add insult to injury, he was also nicked for a misdemeanor "other" warrant and another for standing up a previous court.
Thursday, Nov. 7:
Well, at least this Pip from Pipe Creek reached legal age before succumbing to a night with Demon Rum, which led straight to a first DWI.
After a felony bench warrant was issued, a Bandera BlockHead was picked up and transported Toot Sweet to the slammer - where he can still be found.
A Helotes Heel thought it would be okay to Bogart a Blunt in Bandera, but he was wrong.
Friday, Nov. 8:
Additionally, a Bad-Tempered Banderan thought it would be copasetic to settle a squabble with fisticuffs and he thought wrong, too.
A gently reared Bandera Babe also remains a guest of the county for myriad misdemeanors, included resisting arrest, criminal mischief, two outstanding failure-to-appear warrants and another from an outside agency.
Saturday, Nov. 9:
A 22-year-old Kerr-Vert was busted for misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance.
Sunday, Nov. 10:
A Lakehills Loon still remains in Bandera's Do Drop Inn due to a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency.
A felony "other" warrant seemed sufficient to send a Boerne Bad Boy to Bandera's Big House. Why can't ne'r-do-wells ever get arrested in their own counties? Huh, huh?
A couple of Bandera Boobs were collectively captured for a felony warrant from an outside agency, a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency and for misdemeanor criminal trespass. By the way, both Boobs remain off the street.
An ill-tempered Toady from the Creek District assaulted someone with bodily injury.
Monday, Nov. 11:
A Miscreant from Medina celebrated Veterans Day by making bogus 9-1-1 calls and assaulting an acquaintance - or perhaps a close friend - by contact. For her trouble, she's also still in lock-up.
A Lakehills Lush was finally jailed for his felony third DWI.