Headline News
Go Back

Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Tuesday, April 28:
• A San Antone Scofflaw sailed into town, but in his wake was a felony warrant that may revoke his probation. As a result, he was sent to the slammer where he remains.
Wednesday, April 29:
• A Bad Boy from Bandera found himself detained for a misdemeanor warrant that may possibly revoke HIS probation.
Thursday, April 30:
• Yet another Slug from San Antonio simpered into our fair slice of the Hill Country only to find himself still confined to the county calaboose on myriad misdemeanor charges, including two warrants that indicated he had blown off suggestions of previous courts, another for failing to appear and a fourth for criminal trespass.
• Although it appears a Cowboy Capital Criminal might have skipped out on a previous bond, he was able to secure bail this time, too.
• A Bandera Boozer was busted for her first DWI.
Friday, May 1:
• A Lakehills Laddie celebrated "Power to the Workers" Day by being nailed for misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance for which he remains under Lock & Key.
Saturday, May 2:
• After getting jacked for a second DWI, this "One in a Million," who appears to be from nowhere, now awaits deportation "South of the Border." Moral of this story is: If you're in this country illegally, remember: Don't drink and drive.
Sunday, May 3:
• A Lunkhead from Lakehills also remains behind bars for a quartet of misdemeanor warrants, such as the ubiquitous not heeding the instructions of a previous court (X 2) and not obeying traffic laws (X 2), too.
• A Hick from Harper is still a guest at the Doo Drop Inn due to a duet of misdemeanor traffic warrants.
• Yet another Master Criminal from the Lake District awaits his release from the county quod for not paying attention to the learned advice of a previous Solon. Does no one ever learn?