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Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, March 16:
• A Lakehills Lawbreaker remains in the county calaboose due to a quartet of felonies - two felony judgments and another duo for not appearing.
• After failing to take care of some traffic tickets, a Blockhead from Bandera found himself arrested due to his memory lapse.
• A Merry Mope from Medina was detained for a felony third DWI.
Tuesday, March 17:
• Yet another Laddie from Lakehills ran afoul of the law due to four misdemeanors warrants that had unfortunately indicated he had failed to pay close attention to the ministrations of previous magistrates.
• A 21-year-old Kerr-Vert remains under lock & key because of a misdemeanor warrant that may revoke his probation and also for a perhaps more perilous failure-to-appear felony warrant.
• A pair of Scofflaws from San Antonio found themselves in a bit of a dustup over possible possession of stolen property and for being dogged by a couple of felony warrants that may be a causal factor in the revocation of one's probation. In fact, the latter fellow - who may or may not be still on probation - remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn.
Wednesday, March 18:
• Oh, no, a Bandito from Bandera apparently drove without a license - and was caught.
• Surprise, surprise: A Bad-Tempered Banderan found himself accountably nicked for assault with bodily injury.
Thursday, March 19:
• So, not only did this DeQuad from Dallas drive without a license in our fair community, but he also possessed some kind of verboten paraphernalia, to boot.
• A Lovely Lady from Lakehills apparently also tooled along merrily in her sporty coupe without bothering to apply for a license with which to do said tooling legally.
• A warrant from an outside agency seems to have put the skids on the good times of a 19-year-old Cowboy Capital Criminal. Although charged with a mere misdemeanor, nevertheless, for his trouble, the "yewt" is still in the quod.
Friday, March 20:
• A Stoopid San Antonian remains sucking local taxpayers dry after being nicked for a so-called felony "Blue Warrant," which might - with fingers crossed and a little luck - revoke his parole.
• A Cretin from Converse was picked up for a trio of warrants from an outside agency.
An Illiterate from LaMarque not only bounced two rubber checks but he also had the unmitigated gall to be trailed by a warrant that indicated he had not followed the instructions of an earlier court.
• A Lunkhead from Leakey, who is being held for Real County, also purportedly violated a court order - and drove without a license, to boot.
• A court ordered that a Kerr-Vert be seized and so he was and so he remains - seized, that is.
Saturday, March 21:
• Both a San Antonio Souse and a Pipe Creep were pinched for first counts of being inebriated behind a wheel.