- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -
By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor
Quote of the week: "The meaning of life is that it ends." Franz Kafka
Monday, Nov. 18:
A felony warrant from an outside agency warranted the bust of a Bandera Bad Boy, but he didn't stay in the can long. Well, on second reading, he actually did - five days, which is pretty good considering!
A resident of Pipe Creek was arrested on felony injury to an elderly person, but he bonded out the next day.
Tuesday, Nov. 19:
A couple of Pipe Creeps who are apparently united in unholy wedlock were both arrested for assaulting someone by contact - perhaps each other? I'm just sayin'.
Wednesday, Nov. 20:
A misdemeanor warrant that may revoke his probation at some point seemed sufficient to send a Lakehills Laddie to the slammer for a spell.
A Bandito from Bandera spent a night or two in the County Quod, charged with a quartet of misdemeanors, including two failure-to-appear warrants, a traffic warrant and an "other" one.
Thursday, Nov. 21:
A Maniac from Moore remains enjoying the largess of the Good Citizens of Bandera County for a felony bench warrant, as well as for failing to comply with the suggestions of a previous court.
Friday, Nov. 22:
A fine member of the constabulary took a Lakehills Lawbreaker off the streets, charged him with being dogged by a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency and apparently threw away the key 'cause the 23 year old is still languishing in the gaol.
As is yet another Lakehills Lunkhead, who also remains a guest of the Do Drop Inn on account of a felony warrant that may eventually revoke his probation.
A Bench warranted the felony arrest of a Kerr-Vert and he was and he remains incarcerated for his trouble.
Doesn't ANYONE in Bandera obey the law? Here's another Cowboy Capital Criminal who was nicked for three traffic warrants and a pair of misdemeanor failure-to-appear warrants. Of course, all these transgressions were mere misdemeanors, but still ...
Saturday, Nov. 23:
A Bad Girl from Bandera could not escape being busted by a misdemeanor warrant issued by an outside agency.
Sunday, Nov. 24:
A 40-year-old Lassie from Lakehills was busted for her first DWI.