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Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Sicilian Buttercup BCC Stringer

Tuesday, Feb. 9:
• A Boyo from Bandera was busted on two misdemeanor traffic warrants.
• Whereas the female counterpart of the above got in Dutch with the law for bouncing a rubber check.
Wednesday, Feb. 10:
• A 22-year-old Bandera Blockhead remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn on a quartet of felony charges, including being drunk behind the wheel with a child in her vehicle, possession of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance and two instances of failing to appear instances. I don’t think this babe need apply for the appellation Mother of the Year.
• The probation of a Bandera Boob might be revoked – if a felony MTRP has anything to do with it, that is.
• Apparently another local yokel was caught driving without the requisite license.
• So, this dude drove all the way from Uvalde only to get busted in Bandera because of two misdemeanor traffic warrants.
Thursday, Feb. 11:
• A Birdbrain from Bandera has found himself facing a felony after being charged with burglary of a habitat.
• A Galveston Geek remains receiving “three hots and a cot” from county taxpayers after she was arrested on a trio of felonies, including a third DWI, assaulting a public servant and a little something that seems to be an INS detainer.
Friday, Feb. 12:
• Looks like a Rascal from Runge (is that really a place?!) was caught drinking and driving for a second time.
• A San Antone Sap appears to have been busted on 10 counts of felony “fraudulent use of ID information,” which translates, I was told, to stealing mail, which, I am told, is a federal offense. The guy was also nicked for a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency. He remains in the county can for his trouble.
• Another Slug from San Antonio, who was also busted for two felonies, carrying a PG 1 controlled substance and for tampering or fabricating evidence, doesn’t.
• A Bad Girl from Bandera also remains in the Big House for felony possession of that same controlled substance, as well as for having the stuff with which to concoct it. Well, as my Old Nanny used to say, “If you want it made right, you’re just going to have to make it yourself.”
• Four misdemeanors – failing to appear, two traffic offenses and weekwacking – seemed sufficient to keep a Miscreant from McCloud in the slammer.
• A Pipe Creep seems to have injured a child – a felony to be sure.
• A Lakehills Laddie attempted, unsuccessfully as it turned out, to feloniously evade arrest with a vehicle and then he was charged with driving without a license to boot.
Saturday, Feb. 13:
• Another denizen of the Lake District found himself pinched for failing to appear and for having no driver’s license, to boot.
• Going one better, a Pip from Pipe Creek had neither driver’s license nor liability insurance but did possess a surfeit of paraphernalia.
• A Stooge from San Antone remains in Bandera’s X Bar Inn after being charged with three felonies, including theft of something worth more than $20,000, but less than $100,000, and two burglaries of a habitat, as well as possession of that requisite paraphernalia.
• A 23-year-old Sap from Spring Branch – or is it Springbranch!?– was caught carrying a prohibited weapon.
Sunday, Feb. 14:
• A Sot from San Antone was caught DWIing for a first time.
• A Lakehills Lunkhead remains in the quod for a misdemeanor something legalese.
• Not only was this Pipe Creek Cat’s Paw pissed in public, he was also caught carrying weed, to boot.
• A misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency put the kibosh on the good times of a reprobate from Medina.