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2016-01-21

Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Sicilian Buttercup BCC Stringer

Monday, Jan. 11:
• A Bad Girl from Bandera was nicked on account of a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency, but she didn't tarry too long in the tank.
• A misdemeanor bench warrant warranted the incarceration of a F'burg Freak - for a short time at least.
Tuesday, Jan. 12:
• A "frequent flyer" from this area remains confined to the county can on a quartet of charges that include two felony motion-to-revoke-his probation warrants as well as for carrying weed and a pipe with which to smoke it.
• A couple of master criminals were picked up in the city proper and charged variously with felony possession of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance and driving without a license but with pot.
• A Denizen of Uvalde unaccountably found himself sent to the quod also for felony possession of a PG 1 controlled substance. His incarceration lasted five days.
• Yet another Bandera Bonehead, not content with having a pocket filled with felony PG 1 controlled substance, also felt compelled to commit criminal trespass and felony criminal mischief.
Wednesday, Jan. 13:
• A Scofflaw from San Antonio found himself in hot water and charged with two felony counts of involuntary manslaughter. He remains under Lock & Key for his trouble.
Thursday, Jan. 14:
• A Pipe Creep was sent to the slammer where he remains due to a couple of outstanding misdemeanor warrants that indicated he had not taken seriously the kind suggestions of previous courts.
• While pie-eyed in public, it would seem that a Lush from Lakehills also interfered with the duties of a public servant.
Friday, Jan. 15:
• A Bandera Booger assaulted someone by threat. When will these fine, upstanding citizens learn to keep their pie holes shut?
• A felony bench warrant put the skids on the good times of a local yokel and he remains in the Doo Drop Inn for his troubles.
• A court ordered the detention of a 19-year-old Blockhead from Bandera and he was and so he remains - detained, that is.
Saturday, Jan. 16:
• The antics of a Medina Miscreant were stopped for just a short while by a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency.
• A trio of misdemeanor traffic warrants - plus another for failing to appear - sent a Slug from Center Point to the slammer for an overnighter.