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- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, Sept. 1:
• Crime never takes a holiday in Bandera as evidenced by this Bad Girl who was popped for felony possession of a Penalty Grade 1 controlled substance.
• Ditto from a "lady" who appears to be her cohort in crime. Remember when it was considered a flagrant breach of society when woman smoked tobacco? Well, we certainly have come a long way, baby!
• Two misdemeanor warrants from outside agencies put the kibosh on the good times of a San Antonio Scofflaw. He remains confined to the county can for his trouble.
Tuesday, Sept. 2:
• A 17-year-old Sweetie from the Lake District certainly seems to starting her life of crime off on the right foot after being charged with felony unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
• A Ratzo from Refugio found himself nicked for "duty strkng fixture." Whatever that it, I would suggest refraining from doing it!
Wednesday, Sept. 3:
• A trifecta of misdemeanor traffic warrants - plus another for failing to appear - seemed sufficient to send a Bandera Bonehead to the slammer - for a while, at least.
• Yet another Cowboy Capital Criminal remains under lock and key for being dogged by a misdemeanor warrant that might revoke his probation - but probably won't. Just call me a cynic!
Thursday, Sept. 4:
• A DeQuad from Devine found himself in hot water after ignoring two traffic offenses.
Sunday, Sept. 7:
• An 18-year-old Master Criminal from Bandera remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn, charged with a misdemeanor traffic warrant.
• As does another local yokel whose quartet of transgressions includes felony injury to a child, felony aggravated assault with bodily injury and two warrants that indicate she might not have paid attention to the suggestions of previous courts.