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- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Tuesday, Oct. 14:
• A Pipe Creek Creep not only indulged in criminal trespass but also was popped for felony possession of more than four grams but less than 200 grams of a controlled substance.
• A Putz from Center Point remains confined to the county can for two misdemeanor warrants that include a motion to revoke his probation and another for failing to appear.
• Felony burglary of a habitat seemed sufficient to send this Bandera Bonehead to the slammer for a spell.
• A Homeless Hick is now getting three hots and a cot after being incarcerated for a misdemeanor warrant that may revoke his probation and a felony warrant from an outside agency.
• A Cowboy Capital Criminal remains under lock and key on account of three felony warrants from an outside agency and for being a weedwacker as well.

Wednesday, Oct. 15:
• Despite myriad charges, a Medina Mope spent but a scant night in the Doo Drop Inn, charged with assault with bodily injury, a quartet of traffic warrants and another for failing to appear.
Thursday, Oct. 16:
• Even in the Free State of Bantucky, it's illegal to tool around with an open container in your vehicle as one F'burg Freak belatedly discovered.
• It also appears illegal to drive without a license.
Sunday, Oct. 19:
• Much to his chagrin, a Bandera Bad Boy was caught driving without a license - for a first time.
• A Pipe Creep remains in the quod after being nicked for two warrants that indicated he had not paid too much attention to the suggestions of a previous court(s).
• Lastly, a Bandera Blockhead celebrated the Sabbath by apparently going one toke over the line.