- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -
By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor
Monday, April 28:
• Ah, nothing says Bandera more than driving while three sheets to the wind and getting caught with a PG 1 controlled substance in your pocket - and spending but a day in the quod for the trouble.
• I ask: Why bother to arrest someone for possessing less than two ounces of pot when Kinky's gonna legalize the stuff when he's elected whatever it is he's runnin' for?
• A Castroville Villain failed to ID.
Tuesday, April 30:
• An A-Hole from Austin and a B-Hole from Bandera both got stuck with two felony charges after they used a motor vehicle without authorization and had some of that pesky PG 1 controlled substance in their pockets while doing it.
• Ditto a Bandera Blockhead, but without the UUMV stuff.
• The serving of a felony fugitive warrant brought one of our l'il Bandera Buddies back under the auspices of John Law - where he remains.
• A Bandera Boozer got tanked and picked up for a second DWI. He also remains under lock and key for the misdemeanor.
Thursday, May 1:
• Way to go Bodacious Boerne Babe! Motoring all the way to Bandera before being busted on a Baker's Dozen misdemeanor charges, including eight failure-to-appear warrants, making a false report to a police officer, possessing a dangerous drug, driving without a license, failing to adhere to the suggestions of a previous court and committing a traffic offense. IMO, it was probably that last charge that revealed the rest of her criminal pass to the arresting officer. However, I could be wrong. For her trouble, she remains in Bandera's Big House.
• An Ill-Tempered Lakehillian found himself nicked for assault with bodily injury and resisting arrest. But rather unsuccessfully, it would seem.
Friday, May 2:
• A felony warrant from an outside agency put the skids on the good times of a Slow-Witted San Antonian, who still remains incarcerated, eating up our tax $$$ - literally.
• A denizen of the Creek District found herself facing yet an "other" warrant.
• A Lawbreaker from Lakehills remains confined to the county calaboose 'cause of two misdemeanor traffic warrants and two misdemeanor failure-to-appear warrants.
• A Mountain Home Moron was tripped up on account of a quartet of misdemeanors warrants that suggested he had not followed the instructions of previous court(s).
• A misdemeanor bench warrant effectively benched a Lunkhead from Lakehills 'cause he's still in the can.
Saturday, May 3:
• Spring has sprung. The birds are singing and flowers are blooming and several local yokels have been picked up on drug charges such as carrying between one and four grams of PG 1 controlled substance; carrying more than four grams, but less that 200 grams of the same (x 2); being one toke over the line; and for tampering with or fabricating evidence. Of course, all concerned bonded out in record time.
Sunday, May 4: (Bear with me, we're almost done!)
• An Idjit from Edinburg cashed and carried after being nabbed for a second DWI, driving without a license and for fashioning a fictional inspection sticker or insurance card. Dude, these guys do this for a living!! They know when you're faking it!
• Perhaps this 18-year-old Cowboy Capital Criminal is just embarking on his life of crime because all he was popped for was having a fictional inspection sticker or insurance card. However, he remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn for his trouble.