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- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, Sept. 15:
• A Bandera Bad Girl, who assaulted a public servant, now faces a felony charge for her intemperate behavior.
• A weedwacker of no known address remains under lock and key for possessing pot in a designated drug-free zone.
Wednesday, Sept. 17:
• Although charged with assault with bodily injury and a first DWI, a Bandera Bandito did not spend but a few hours in the hoosegow for his trouble.
• A CPF warrant indicated that a Cowboy Capital Chick might not have lived up to the expectations of a previous court.
• A Bonehead from Bandera remains in the Big House due to a felony warrant that could, in fact, void his probation.
• A gin-soaked resident of Medina was picked up for being pissed in public.
• A denizen of Utopia was caught driving with neither license nor liability insurance.
• Surprise, surprise! Yet another Bandera resident has barking on his butt yet another warrant indicating he had failed to live up to the expectations of a previous court.
• A Pipe Creep was arrested on a felony fugitive warrant.
• A Lakehills Lawbreaker remains a guest of the X Bar Inn due to a felony warrant that may, in some faraway galaxy, revoke his probation.
Thursday, Sept. 18:
• To no one's surprise - except perhaps his own - a Bandera Boozer has been nicked for being three sheets to the wind in public.
• So, not only was this Slug from San Antone popped for public intoxication, but he was also found to be carrying a Penalty Grade 1 controlled substance, a felony to be sure.
• An absent-minded Bandera completely forgot to obtain a license before motoring merrily along.
A 17-year-old denizen of the Creek District was discovered to have bud on his person.
• Look, bubba, if you're being dogged by a failure-to-appear warrant, it's probably not a good idea to be driving around in a vehicle with an invalid inspection sticker. But, that's just my opinion. I could be wrong.
Friday, Sept. 15:
• Fleeing from John Law and being caught - eventually - with inhalant paraphernalia are just a couple of this guy's problems. He now awaits a visit from INS.
• As does his amigo, who was also popped for pot possession.
• A Bad-Tempered Bandera ostensibly assaulted someone with bodily injury.
Saturday, Sept. 20:
• A couple of Blockheads from Bandera were collared for driving without a license and, more seriously, for a felony third DWI. The latter lunkhead remains in the Big House.
• A Pipe Creek Pip was caught with a failure-to-appear warrant on his tail and inhalant paraphernalia on his person.
• A San Antonio Slugger was run in for assault with bodily injury, as was, a few minutes later on Sunday, Sept. 21, a Lakehills pugilist, along with a Bandera Boob, who might have pulled a knife or some such, upping his charge to felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and, thereby, earning him a stay in the slammer.