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- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, Sept. 22:
• Dump, de dump, dump - a man was arrested for dumping that had apparently reached felony proportions.
• A Slug from San Antone and a Pipe Creep were busted for possession of less that a gram each of a Penalty 1 controlled substance.
• Ditto a Hop Head from Houston who has also apparently been identified as a felon engaged in unlawful possession. For his transgressions, he remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn.
• A Freak from Fresno has been hit with myriad misdemeanors, including a quartet of traffic warrants, failing to appear and enjoying a refreshing adult beverage from an open container whilst behind the wheel.
• A Mad Moron from Medina, who, at 77 years, is certainly old enough to know better, was nicked for assault by contact.
Tuesday, Sept. 23:
• After deciding to use someone as a punching bag, a Lakehills Loon found himself confined to the county can and charged with felony retaliation and felony aggravated assault with serious bodily injury.
• A court ordered the arrest of a felon from the River City and so he was and so he remains - as of this writing at least.
• A "Young Lovely from Lakehills" found herself under detention for misdemeanor assault with bodily injury.
• A Bawdy Bandera Bad Girl spent a couple of nights in the slammer after being pinched for six traffic warrants and one for failing to appear. That'll be a lesson to you, hon!
• As a Lakehills Lassie discovered, you still need a driver's license to motor along merrily on Bandera County's highways and byways.
• A Bad-Tempered Banderan assaulted someone by contact.
Wednesday, Sept. 24:
• A 17-year-old Poop from Pipe Creek apparently failed to boost something worth between $500 and $1,500 - and he remains under lock and key for his trouble.
Thursday, Sept. 25:
• A Del Rio DeQuad also remains a denizen of Bandera's Big House due to a trio of misdemeanor warrants, including one that may revoke his probation, another involving traffic and the third for failing to appear.
Friday, Sept. 26:
• A misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency seemed sufficient to send a Bandera Bad Girl to the choky where she remains.
• After bouncing a rubber check, a Lunkhead from the Lake District found himself incarcerated for his temerity.
• A San Antonio Scofflaw is still in the quod because of a pair of misdemeanor warrants from outside agencies.
• A Lakehills Illiterate discovered that one must have a valid motor vehicle inspection sticker on one's vehicle to make it legal - and to escape arrest.
Saturday, Sept. 27:
• So, not only did this Mooncalf from Medina possess a dangerous drug, but, more to the point, she was also pinched for a first DWI.
Sunday, Sept. 28:
• A Birdbrain from Bandera was busted for being dogged by a capius pro fine warrant as well as for an ostensible first DWI.
• And, last, but not least, it looks like a Dolt from the Lake District remains in the hoosegow on felony forgery charges.