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2016-09-01

Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Sicilian Buttercup BCC Stringy

Monday, August 22:
• A Reveler from River City had her wings clipped in the Free State of Bantucky after she was judged to have possessed that pesky Penalty Group 1 felony controlled substance, as well as a probable pipe with which to smoke it.
Tuesday, August 23:
• A Bandera Bandito, who apparently did not have a driver’s license, did possess some sort of inhalant paraphernalia, which was, unfortunately for him, patently illegal.
Wednesday, August 24:
• A local yokel attempting to flee, failed.
• Two outstanding warrants – one for disregarding the kind suggestions of a previous court and the other for failing to appear – were enough to put the skids on the good times of a Bandera Boyo.
Thursday, August 25:
• Looks like a Lakehills Lawbreaker violated a court order.
Friday, August 26:
• A trio of Boobies from Bandera remain confined to the county can for various and sundry misdemeanor mistakes, including, among the three, three misdemeanor warrants that may revoke their collective probations, two instances of ignoring the recommendations of previous courts, two failures to appear, a single theft of services and having no liability insurance.
Saturday, August 27:
• Not content to merely carry blunt, this Cowboy Capital Criminal was also booked for felony possession of the PG 1 controlled substance.
• Oh, no, a Pipe Creep appeared to be pickled in public!
Sunday, August 28:
• And a Boozer from Bandera celebrated the Sabbath by being charged with his very first DWI.
• A Bad-Tempered Banderan remains confined to the quod after his arrest for felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
• A felony warrant from an outside agency seemed sufficient to send a local Master Criminal to the slammer – where he remains.
• As does an Elbow-Bender from Medina, who was picked up for purportedly being pie-eyed in public.