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- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Quote of the week: "We continue to be exasperated by the view, apparently gaining momentum in certain circles, that armed robbery is okay as long as nobody gets hurt! The proper solution to armed robbery is a dead robber, on the scene." Jeff Cooper, 1992
(Editor's note: You go, Jeff!)

Monday, Nov. 11:
A Medina Miscreant celebrated Veterans Day by making a bogus 9-1-1 call and for assault by contact. For this duet of misdemeanors, the Miscreant remains under lock and key.
A Lush from Lakehills got popped for his felony third DWI.
Tuesday, Nov. 12:
A Blackguard from Bandera also remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn after he was busted on two felony counts, tampering with or fabricating evidence and for possession of a PG 1 controlled substance.
Wednesday, Nov. 13:
A Lakehills Loon had apparently possessed a dangerous drug times two.
Friday, Nov. 15:
A Bad Tempered Bandera seems to have clocked someone in a fit of pique as he was summarily arrested for misdemeanor assault with bodily injury.
Yet another Blockhead from Bandera stops the presses after he was sent to the slammer on a triptych of charges that include felony burglary of a habitat, unlawful possession of a firearm as a felon and for possessing pot to boot.
If a Medina Mug thought he could tool around with inhalant paraphernalia in the possession, he thought wrong.
Another local yokel was nabbed for felony possession of a PG 1 controlled substance.
A Pipe Creep might have assaulted someone by contact.
Saturday, Nov. 16:
Two misdemeanor warrants from an outside agency proofed the undoing of a Scoundrel from San Antonio.
Not to be outdone, however, a Big Mouth from Bandera remains in the Big House because of two felony warrants that may eventually revoke his parole.
Sunday, Nov. 17:
Some Gink from Uvalde got busted for a first DWI.