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Law West and East of Privillege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, May 11:
• At the ripe age of 30, a Sot from San Antone got slapped with his first DWI.
• Since his arrest for misdemeanor assault with bodily injury and another misdemeanor so-called Blue Warrant that may revoke his parole, a Bandera Blockhead remains in custodial care.
Tuesday, May 12:
• A weedwacker from the Lake District was busted.
Wednesday, May 13:
• A Bandera Booby appears to have conducted himself with a certain deadliness.
Thursday, May 14:
• A Bad Boy came all the way from Boerne only to find himself in dire straits due to a couple of failure-to-appear warrants and some "others."
• So, not only did this Simpleton from Spring Branch get popped for felony possession of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance, but also for felony burglary of a building. For his misdeeds he remains under Lock & Key.
• Unbeknownst to this local yokel, inhalant paraphernalia remains against the law in the Lone Star State.
Friday, May 15:
• A Smuck from San Antone got tripped up by a felony failure-to-appear warrant and he remains confined to the county can for his trouble.
• Four misdemeanors - failing to ID, carrying a dangerous drug and being unable to make her previous court dates X 2 - ensured that a Whitsett Dimwit remain in the custodial care of the calaboose.
• Well, this Master Criminal from Lakehills found himself sent to the slammer - where he remains - for felony firearm smuggling.
Saturday, May 16:
• No doubt anticipating a hot date, a Scofflaw from San Antonio didn't let a little thing like not having a driver's license deter him from motoring along merrily.
• Compounding his transgression, after a Bandera Blockhead was picked up for public intoxication, he was found to be dogged by a failure-to-appear warrant.
• Another Sattiday nite in Bantucky another gal found to be dodging a warrant from an outside agency.
Sunday, May 17:
• An 18-year-old Pipe Creepette has been charged with misdemeanor assault with bodily injury and banished to the quod where she remains.
• A couple of swizzlers from Bandera remain guests of the X Bar Inn after judged to be pie-eyed in public.
A lawbreaker from Lakehills celebrated the Sabbath by assaulting someone with bodily injury and also remains in the gaol for his trouble.
• A tanked-up tippler from Brazoria also continues to enjoy three hots and a cot courtesy of you and me after being stopped for a second DWI.