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Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Buff Orpington BCC Stringer

Monday, Nov. 2:
• When will these Bandera Boozers learn that being wacked out behind a wheel is one thing, but when you do it with a child younger than 15 years in your vehicle, the charge is automatically elevated to a felony?
• A Perp from Pearsall remains confined to the county can after being charged with felony assault with bodily injury and being pie-eyed in public as well.
• Apparently a Kerr-Vert has been a naughty boy and still remains under Lock & Key for his troubles, which included a quartet of felony warrants form an outside agency, as well as three misdemeanor failure to-appear warrants, failing to identify himself twice and - just for good measure - driving without a license.
Tuesday, Nov. 3:
• This is rich. A Bodacious Bandera Bad Girl was hauled off to the hoosegow - albeit for just 24 hours - charged with 10 - count 'em, 10! - misdemeanor warrants from an outside agency (or perhaps several outside agencies!) and one lowly misdemeanor "other" warrant.
• Oh, no! Apparently an A-Hole from Austin was charged with public lewdness. Do you think something like bodily fluids and an Alamo-like structure might have been involved?
• Another Bandera Babe is in hot water and the quod for being dogged by two felony warrants that may revoke her probation.
Wednesday, Nov. 4:
• Criminal trespass charge seemed sufficient to send to the slammer a 50-year-old local yokel.
• An 18 year old Master Criminal in Training was busted for assaulting someone by contact and supposedly making false 9-1-1 calls.
Friday, Nov. 6:
• A Lunkhead from Lakehills remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn for having - inadvertently we're sure - engaged in the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
• A DeQuad from Dallas participated in a catch & release program that involved his being wanted on a felony warrant from an outside agency.
• A Bandera Blockhead has been charged with "obstruction of a highway" - and we all know what that used to be a code word for, don't we?
Saturday, Nov. 7:
• A Souse from San Antone had the bad luck to be picked up for a first DWI here in the Hill Country.