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- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, Dec. 16:
A local weedwacker was busted.
And a Lakehills Lassie was nicked for making a false report to a law enforcement officer.
Tuesday, Dec. 17:
A Simpleton from San Antonio was sent to the slammer - where she remains - for felony possession of less than a gram of a PG 1 controlled substance and weed, as well, plus for felony tampering or fabricating evidence and an apparent hard-to-shake felony warrant from an outside agency.
Okay, so it sounds like this Bad-Tempered Banderan not only aggravatedly assaulted someone with a deadly weapon, but also attempted to prevent that person from telephoning authorities to report the attack.
Wednesday, Dec. 18:
A Kerr-Vert not only attempted to boost something worth between $50 and $500, but also possibly possessed a dangerous drug while allegedly doing it.
Three Slugs from San Antonio came to the Hill Country for a little R&R. One had failed to follow the suggestions of a previous court, which seemed sufficient to take him off the street for a while. A warrant containing a motion to revoke his probation stopped the second in his tracks and felony possession of more than four ounces but less than five pounds of MJ gave the third time to contemplate the error of his ways in a cell.
Not to be outdone, a Lawbreaker from Lakehills also remains a guest of Bandera's Stumble Inn, courtesy of a misdemeanor warrant that may lead to the revocation of his probation.
A Trifecta of Terrors contributed to the continued incarceration of a Bandera Bum who purportedly felony burgled a building; felony possessed over four grams, but less than 200 grams, of a controlled substance; and criminally trespassed in a misdemeanor manner.
An 18-year-old Twit from Tuscola, who might be a cohort in crime of the aforementioned A-Hole, was also charged with burglary of a building; criminal trespass; felony possession of over four grams, but less than 200 grams, of a controlled substance; and, for good measure, possession of MaryJane.
Thursday, Dec. 19:
Felony possession of more than a gram but less than four of a controlled substance clapped a Banderan in the choky for a while.
However, a felony "other" warrant carried enough juice to ensure an 18-year-old exemplary Cowboy Capital Citizen remains under lock & key.
Yet another Kerrvertian Kreep was nicked for outstanding warrants that indicated he had disregarded the wishes of two previous courts.
Oh, no, a Bandera Boozer found himself in dutch for being pie-eyed in public! What a thing!!!
Friday, Dec. 20:
At the ripe age of 38, a Lakehills Lassie has been charged with a first DWI.
A Pimp from Pleasanton remains in the quod, charged with a quartet of misdemeanors, including two failure-to-appear warrants and possession of pot and the pipe with which to smoke it.
A Moron from Montgomery thought he could get away with making and delivering over 400 grams of a PG 1 controlled substance in Bantucky. He didn't and remains a guest of the Do Drop Inn - And Stay a While.
A 40-year-old Bandera Blockhead should have known not to engage in criminal mischief. Some people never grow up!
Sunday, Dec. 22:
Uh, oh, you know what this 18-year-old from SA who has been charged with consuming something that, as a minor, he ought not to have, and possessing a pipe to smoke something else verboten in, will be getting in his stocking, doncha? And it won't be a "Get Out of Jail Free" card!
I believe this 19-year-old Hellion from Helotes was a partner in crime of the above moron as he too was caught consuming a refreshing adult beverage.
Monday, Dec. 23:
The way to start the week right in Bandera is to be picked up for public intoxication as one 20something drunk from San Antonio demonstrated.
A 20-year-old traveled all the way from Eagle Pass to drink illegally. Whazamatter? Don't they got no beer where you live, hon?