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2014-01-09

- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Country singer Brad Paisley brings us a quote for the New Year: "Tomorrow is the first blank page of a 365-page book. Write a good one."

Monday, Dec. 23:
A San Antone Souse was picked up for being pickled in public.
A 20-year-old Sweet Young Thang from Eagle Pass was apparently busted for consuming something that, as a minor, she ought not to have been.
Two misdemeanor warrants from various "outside agencies" proved the undoing of a Sap from San Angelo and the inevitable Bad Boy from Bandera.
Tuesday, Dec. 24:
Well, it would seem an 18-year-old Cat's Paw from Pipe Creek spent not only Christmas Eve in the can, but other nights as well after being busted for being dogged by a trio of felony "other" warrants.
Wednesday, Dec. 25:
Well, it appears this year Santa brought one 49-year-old citizen of the Cowboy Capital a first DWI charge for Christmas.
Thursday, Dec. 26:
A weedwacker from River City found herself under arrest in Bantucky.
A Lakehills Lunkhead remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn, facing two felonies - unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and credit card abuse.
Friday, Dec. 27:
An intemperate denizen of the Creek District, who insisted on celebrating the holidays by boozing it up in public, found himself sent to the slammer for this revelry.
Sunday, Dec. 29:
As the year winds down, it's nice to know very little changes in these parts as evidenced by a local yokel getting nicked for resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
A San Antonio Numbskull and a half-baked Banderan were hauled in - respectively - for pot possession and the pipe with which to smoke it in. Both remain confined to the county can for their misdeeds.
A trio of capius pro fine warrants warranted the arrest of a Bandera Blockhead, who remains in the calaboose for his lack of respect for the suggestions of previous courts of law.
Monday, Dec. 30:
A Boob from Bandera found himself afoul of the law after being charged with felony possession of a PG 1 controlled substance and misdemeanor possession of pot.
A 20-year-old master criminal-in-training was popped for felony possession of a PG 1 controlled substance. Nice goin', bub!
A Bandera Bandito rang in the New Year in the county can, booked for a trio of misdemeanor traffic warrants and another for failing to appear.
Tuesday, Dec. 31:
A 25-year-old from Rio Frio needs to change the trajectory of her life after spending New Year's Eve in the gaol for a felony warrant from an outside agency, speeding, having no liability insurance and felony burglary of a habitat, to boot.
Wednesday, Jan. 1:
Happy New Year, hon, you've just been arrested for a second DWI and assault by contact.
Happy New Year, nimnoo, you've just been arrested for DUIing as a minor.
Happy New Year, you habitual criminal, you've just been arrested because of a motion to revoke your probation and for not adhering to the propositions put forth by a previous court.
Happy New Year, you duo of Bad-Tempered Boobs, you've been arrested for collective assaults with bodily injuries and for making bogus 9-1-1 calls, as well.
Friday, Jan. 3:
How did this foul-tempered Son of Bandera find himself in the clink two days after what could have been a trifecta of idjits arrested for assault with bodily injury? Did he come late to the party or did he just wake up?
So, a Simpleton from San Antonio remains under lock and key for bring MJ and a dangerous drug to Bandera. Isn't that kinda akin to bringing coals to Newcastle?
After racking up two felony arrests for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and deadly conduct, this local yokel was out in 60 seconds - or thereabouts.
Saturday, Jan. 4:
A Lakehills Laddie remains a guest of the X Bar Inn merely because of an outstanding misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency.
Ah, it looks like a dad and progeny duo - or some kind of relative association - was busted for felony possession of a PG 1 controlled substance. However, the 22 year old was bailed out while the 40 year old languishes in lockup.
Sunday, Jan. 5:
A Creep from Crystal City remains incarcerated for a traffic offense and - more to the point - for being the keeper of five to 50 pounds of pot.
A Miscreant from Medina got nabbed on account of a warrant that indicated he had not followed the instructions of a previous court to a T - or at all!