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Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Buff Orpington BCC Stringer

Monday, Oct. 5:
• A Nincompoop from Natalia is still being detained on account of a misdemeanor warrant that may revoke his probation, as well as for a felony bench warrant.
• An 18-year-old weedwacker from River City got caught carrying the stuff.
Tuesday, Oct. 6:
• Although charged with felony theft of something worth more than $20K but less than $100K, as well as a felony warrant from an outside agency, A Medina Miscreant apparently posted bond posthaste.
Wednesday, Oct. 7:
• A couple of courts ordered that a San Antonio Scofflaw and Bandera Bandito be arrested, so they were and so they remain.
Friday, Oct. 9:
• An A-Hole from Adkins also remains confined to the county can, charged with felony possession of more than four grams, but less than 200 grams of a controlled substance, in addition to failing to appear in her perhaps not-so-distant past.
• A Slug from San Antone was also sent to the slammer where he remains - for a quartet of misdemeanors, including criminal trespass, failure to appear, boosting something worth less than $50 and for possessing some kind of paraphernalia.
• It looks like a Pipe Creep also boosted something worth less than $50 for which he was also nicked.
• A 23-year-old Dipsomaniac from Medina and a 28-year-old Boozer from Bandera were both nailed for being pie-eyed in public.
Saturday, Oct. 10:
• A Banderan was busted for carrying blunt.
• Being in possession of a prohibited weapon, even in the Free State of Bantucky, will get you hauled in to the hoosegow - as one local yokel sadly learned.
• A couple of Bandera Boneheads were collared, one for driving without a license and another for a first DWI.
Sunday, Oct. 11:
• Meanwhile a Pickled Person from the Creek District was found to be publically intoxicated.
• Although a trio of Blockheads from Bandera was thought to be motoring along merrily without appropriate licensure, only one remains in the quod for his transgression.