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2016-03-24

Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Sicilian Buttercup BCC Stringer

Monday, March 14:
• A so-called felony Blue Warrant might signal the revocation of the parole and put a crimp in the good times of a Scofflaw from San Antonio.
• A local yokel was caught with inhalant paraphernalia. So, what else is new?
• 19-year-old Bandera Babe has been charged with two felonies, possession of less than one gram of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance and smuggling a controlled substance into a correctional facility, in addition to misdemeanor possession of inhalant paraphernalia. She remains in the quod for her trouble.
Tuesday, March 15:
• A Vixen from Victoria was nicked for two misdemeanors – a second DWI and driving without a license.
•A Houston Halfwit was arrested for felony sexual assault.
• Misdemeanor possession of a dangerous drug and felony possession of more than a gram, but less than four grams of a controlled substance, sent a sweet young thang to the slammer, where she remains.
• Yet another Cowboy Capital Criminal remains in the quod, charged with three felonies, including evading arrest with a vehicle, unlawful possession of a firearm as a felon and hindering apprehension or prosecution, as well as for misdemeanor reckless driving.
Wednesday, March 16:
• A 20-year-old Master Criminal has racked up a litany of wrong-doings, such as four felonies – possession of a PG 1 controlled substance, two counts of possession of stolen property and burglary of a building – as well as unlawful carrying, three counts of evading arrest and one count of resisting arrest.
• A Bonehead from Bandera also remains a guest of the X Bar Inn after being pinched for driving without a license (times two) and being dogged by two failure-to-appear warrants.
• As does a man who appears to have no fixed abode, but does have a propensity for felony carrying a PG 1 controlled substance and misdemeanors to include criminal mischief, assault with bodily injury and unlawful carrying.
• A barely Legal Banderan was in and out of the hoosegow ‘cause he apparently possessed a dangerous drug, had no liability insurance, failed to appear, drove badly and made a terroristic threat.
Thursday, March 17:
• A Cretin from Center Point celebrated St. Paddy’s day by being nicked for a warrant from an outside agency and for, of course, possessing a dangerous drug.
• A Wretch from Rosebud remains confined to the county can due to felony warrants for failing to appear and another that came down from on high From a Bench.
• A Bandera Boozer celebrated the Wearin’ o’ the Green by receiving his first DWI – how appropriate!!!
Friday, March 18:
• A Lunkhead from Lakehills was sent to the slammer – where he remains – due to a felony warrant that may revoke his probation and for a felony detainer of some sort – but it wasn’t INS.
• Another Lakehills Laddie remains in the can for felony assault with bodily injury and warrants from an “other” and from an outside agency.
• Arrested on four traffic warrants and two felonies for possession of a PG 1 controlled substance, a Blockhead from Bandera is still in the hoosegow.
Saturday, March 19:
• As does another local yokel “Breaking Bad wannabe,” who has been charged with two felony counts of possession of more than four grams but less than 200 grams of a controlled substance.
• A 69-year-old Elbow-Bender from Blanco apparently drove drunk behind a wheel for an ostensible first time.
Sunday, March 20:
• Whereas a Cowboy Capital Crapulent unfortunately got his felony third arrest for same.
Monday, March 21:
• A Bandera Bandito remains under Lock & Key for a misdemeanor warrant that may see him wave “adios” to his probation.