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Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, Jan. 12:
• A misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency put a Pipe Creep away for a few hours.
• A Laddie from Lakehills spent a couple of overnights in the slammer on account of a misdemeanor warrant that may revoke his probation.
Tuesday, Jan. 13:
• So, a failure-to-appear warrant was apparently discovered only after a San Antonio Scofflaw was pinched for a traffic offense. IMO, ne'er-do-wells, especially if not Master Criminals, should always drive carefully.
• Ditto but for a more homegrown miscreant.
• A Kerr-Vert found herself in hot water after she was discovered being tailed by a felony warrant that might revoke her parole. She remains under Lock & Key for her transgression.
• A Bandera ran into a Bit of Bad Luck after being busted for a trio of felony warrants from an outside agency.
Wednesday, Jan. 14:
• A Krank from Kerrville appears to have possessed the same - or a variation thereof.
Thursday, Jan. 15:
• A Bandera Boob remains a guest of the X Bar Inn for driving without a license.
• A bout of public intoxication was the end result of too much imbibing by a Souse from San Antonio.
Friday, Jan. 16:
• A felony bench warrant seemed sufficient to put the skids on the good times of a Sluggo from San Antonio.
Friday, Jan. 17:
• A 17-year-old Reveler from River City hit the trifecta after being nicked for resisting arrest, assaulting a public servant and for making bogus 9-1-1 calls.
• A 19-year-old resident of the Creek District was probably just too busy to apply for the license necessary to operate a motor vehicle legally.
• Yet another Bandera Boob found himself on the wrong side of John Law for a first DWI, carrying a seeming garden-variety controlled substance and for felony possession of a Penalty Grade 1 controlled substance.
Saturday, Jan. 18:
• So, not only was this 20something Cowboy Capital Criminal found to be driving drunk for a first time, he was also apparently unlawfully carrying.
• A Viper from Van Ormy remains in Bandera's Big House, booked for felony manufacture and delivery of a PG 1 controlled substance and for consumption of a refreshing adult beverage as a minor - which is a kinda weird charge since the guy's supposedly 23.
• In explicably, a Bandera Bonehead also remains incarcerated for misdemeanor criminal trespass, theft of something worth less than $50 and for paraphernalia possession.
• A Sweet Young Thang from Pipe Creek, who decidedly seems to be of a pugilistic nature, assaulted someone with bodily injury and still remains in Bandera's Big House for her left hook.
• As does a Lakehills Weedwacker who not only carried MJ but perjured himself to boot.