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- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Tuesday, Nov. 26:
A LugNut from Lakehills was clotheslined by the Long Arm of the Law and charged with felony possession of a PG 1 controlled substance.
A Pimpernell from Pipe Creek without much sense one would presume found himself in hot water after evading arrest - or rather failing to evade arrest - with a vehicle and for abandoning a child with criminal neglect. This pillar of society remains confined to the county calaboose for his crimes of a felonious nature.
Wednesday, Nov. 27:
A Bandera Boozer reached the ripe ole age of 52 before being charged with his very first DWI.
Yet another Lawbreaker from Lakehills fond himself in aguas caliente for felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and for a misdemeanor warrant that may revoke his probation at some point in the far distant future. Anyone, he's still in the can for his trouble.
A felony failure-to-appear warrant led to the continued incarceration of a local yokel.
A misdemeanor capius pro fine sent a Lakehills Lassie to the slammer for a bit.
While her colleague from the Lake District remains behind bars on account of two felony charges stemming from possessions of controlled substances.
Although booked for felony possession of a controlled substance in a correctional facility, possession of inhalant paraphernalia and felony possession of a PG 1 controlled substance, a Booger from Bandera bonded out of the gaol in short order.
Thursday, Nov. 28:
A Lackey from Lakehills got nicked due to a misdemeanor traffic warrant.
Instead of celebrating the day with turkey, cornbread stuffing, green bean casserole and sweet potatoes, a Bodacious Bandera Bad Girl instead got county-issued three hots and a cot for having been found with felony controlled substances in her possession and for being pie-eyed - pumpkin, mebbe? - in public, to boot.
Friday, Nov. 29:
A Boozer from Boerne remains in Bandera's Big House after he was charged with a felony third DWI and reckless driving, as well.
So it appeared this guy attempted to Break Bad in Pipe Creek after he was found carrying between four and 20 grams of some kind of controlled substance and, to add insult to injury, he purportedly failed to appear previously. This model citizen remains confined to the county can for his transgressions.
Sunday, Dec. 1:
A misdemeanor "other" warrant tripped up a resident of the Creek District.
What's a Sabbath without a local yokel being arrested for being three sheets to the wind in public?
A Freakazoid from F'burg remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn after he was found to have been smuggling a prohibited substance into a correctional facility.