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Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, August 17:
• Not only is a Dunderhead from Welfare being housed in our fair quod for Kendall County, but he has also been served with a felony so-called Blue Warrant that may revoke his parole. Well, one can only hope.
Tuesday, August 18:
• Although pinched for felony burglary of a habitation, a Pipe Creep seems to have vacated the hoosegow in record time.
• A 19-year-old Birdbrain from Bandera found himself confined to the county calaboose due to four misdemeanor warrants, including two for failing to appear, one for not heeding to the wise ministrations of a previous court and another for, well, just "other."
Wednesday, August 19:
• Okay, so this duo seemed to have been celebrating "Hump Day," by tying one on, which resulted in a 61-year-old woman being pinched for assault with bodily injury, and her 34-year-old son, husband or sibling for being pie-eyed in public.
• Another Wednesday nite in Bandera, another person arrested for being unable to hold his likker in public.
• A Babe from Bandera was busted for having blunt.
Thursday, August 20:
• A 21-year-old Master Criminal from the Creek District was sent to the slammer, where he remains, on account of possessing pot and the paraphernalia with which to enjoy it plus felony possession of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance.
• Yet another Nincompoop from Pipe Creek found himself dangling from the Long Arm of John Law after being charged with felony possession of a PG1 controlled substance and for felony hindrance of prosecution. Dude, really?!
• An upstanding citizen of Pipe Creek was nicked for being dogged by a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency.
Friday, August 21:
• An Unlucky Lassie from Lakehills is in a jam - not to mention, the can - due to a misdemeanor warrant that may revoke her probation.
• The saga of a PG1 controlled substance ended when its possessor was booked into the county choky - where he remains - on a felony drug charge.
• A misdemeanor traffic offense put the kibosh on the good times of a Bandera Bad Boy.
• A Lush from Lakehills explicably found himself charged with pot possession, a first DWI, resisting arrest and criminal mischief. Wow!!! A great example of a model citizen!!!
Saturday, August 22:
• A Scofflaw from San Antonio traveled all the way to the Free State of Bantucky only to be picked up on a felony stemming from a warrant from an outside agency. Bad luck, Dude!!!
• A Freak from F'burg apparently possessed the pipe with which to smoke it - but not the stuff to smoke. Go figure.
• A Bad-Tempered Banderan assaulted someone by contact.
A criminal trespass charge put the skids on the good times of another Pipe Creep - for an overnight, that it.
• A Lakehills Lawbreaker and a Hellion from Houston were collared for being pissed in public and, for good measure, the Houstonian decided it would be a great idea to resist arrest - for all the good that did him!