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Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Sicilian Buttercup BCC Stringer

Monday, March 28:
• A Cowboy Capital Criminal remains in the County Can after being busted on two felony counts of possession of that ever-popular Penalty Group 1 controlled substance.
• A couple of misdemeanor warrants suggested that a Mope from Marble Falls be nicked – and he was.
• A Tarpley Twit was charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, but he bonded out in record time.
• Oh, no, a 70-year-old local yokel failed to register as a sex offender – a felony, to be sure.
Tuesday, March 29:
• A Bandera Black Sheep was hustled to the hoosegow – where he remains – for felony assault with a deadly weapon, felony burglary of a habitat and misdemeanor criminal mischief.
Wednesday, March 30:
• Ditto for a Pipe Creepian, who continues to be confined to the Calaboose for myriad infractions of the laws, including felonies such as burglary of a habitat, stealing something worth more than $1,500, but less than $20,000; possessing that pesky PG 1 controlled substance; evading arrest – none too successfully – with a vehicle; and attempting to smuggle drugs into a correctional facility, as well as for misdemeanor resisting arrest – again, none too successfully.
• A Skell from San Antonio also remains under Lock & Key for being dogged by two warrants – failing to appear and going off-bond. Well, with a record like that, no wonder he’s still in the quod.
• No-Good Citizen of Castroville was sent to the slammer after a bench warrant warranted she be arrested.
• Well, no wonder this gink remains a guest in the X Bar Inn, he seems to have no fixed abode. However, due to an assault by threat, coupled with a couple of counts of stealing more than $500, but less than $1,500, he’ll have a place to rest his weary head for a little longer it would seem.
Thursday, March 31:
• A couple of misdemeanor warrants – failing to heed the suggestions of a previous court and failing to follow traffic laws – got a Bandera Bad Boy remanded to the pokey, where he remains.
• Ditto a Bandera Bad Girl, who was apparently picked up for carrying that felony PG 1 controlled substance so popular hereabouts.
• A misdemeanor “other” warrant tripped up a Trickster from Temple. It appears to be a “catch & release” incident.
Friday, April 1:
• Highway patrol picked up a couple of Bandera Boozers, one for being pie-eyed in public and another for a second DWI.
• A Slaggard from San Antonio found himself at the Wrong End of John Law after being found with that ubiquitous PG 1 controlled substance.
Saturday, April 2:
• Well, all kinds of motorists were stopped for ostensible first DWIs. Reading like a map of the Lone Star State, the twizzlers’ hometowns were San Antone, Odessa, Mico and Buda. Hope you liked your trip to the Free State of Bantucky, boys. A couple other elbow-benders – from Temple and San Angelo – were found to be pissed in public.
• Thus endth another celebratory weekend in Bandera …