- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -
By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor
Quote of the week - "Law: The only game where the best players get to sit on the bench."
Monday, March 10:
• A Merciless Miscreant from Medina was nicked for assaulting someone by contact.
• A Lakehills Lush was picked up for an inaugural DWI.
• It's not nice to violate a court order as one Bandera Bumpkin found out the hard way.
Tuesday, March 11:
• A Pickled Person from Pipe Creek got popped for a felony third DWI, but, never fear, bonded out - probably well before the bars closed.
Wednesday, March 12:
• A Corn Cob from Conroe remains confined to the county calaboose on two misdemeanor warrants that may eventually revoke his probation.
• Apparently a couple of pugilists from the Creek and Lake Districts engaged in a bout of fisticuffs that ended when both men were arrested for misdemeanor assault with bodily injury.
Thursday, March 13:
• A pie-eyed Pipe Creek denizen ought not to have slid behind the wheel 'cause he was eventually charged with a driving while intoxicated for an ostensible first time.
• A misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency warranted the arrest of a Bandera Bad Girl - and she was.
Friday, March 14:
• A couple of misdemeanor "other" warrants purportedly put the skids on the good times of a couple of Bodacious Bandera Babes.
• A 17-year-old Cowboy Capital Criminal-in-Training must have thought he lived in Colorado. No, dude, it's still illegal to possess weed in the Lone Star State.
• However, his 17-year-old friend might have believed himself a Magician from Magnolia. Among other things, he was charged with felony tampering or fabricating evidence, felony possessing between one and four grams of a controlled substance, unlawful carrying and for having stuff that'll take ya one toke over the line, to boot. Both teenagers are still under the tender care of jailers at Bandera's Big House. What a pair of putzes!!!!
Saturday, March 15:
• Surprise, surprise, Sheriff Andy, someone from Lakehills was busted for felony possession of a PG 1 controlled substance and his probable neighbor for being a weedwacker.
• Sweetie, darling, even in Utopia, one doesn't motor along the Hill Country's highways and byways with impunity - especially while under the influence. Or didn't you know that? Anyway, it was just her first DWI.
Sunday, March 16:
• For the last time, people, you need a driver's license to drive a vehicle. You go somewhere official, wait in some lines, get your eyes tested, get yer pitcher took and you're good to go. How hard is that?