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2011-03-10

Law West & East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, Feb. 28:
A Bandera Bad Boy found himself in hot water - not to mention still confined to the county can - for being dogged by a felony warrant that may eventually revoke his probation.
Tuesday, March 1:
Making a terroristic threat seemed sufficient to send a Creep from Corpus to the slammer.
Two felony warrants from an outside agency, a misdemeanor failure-to-appear warrant and burglary of a vehicle made a fool of a 19-year-old fellow from Center Point, who remains in Bandera's Big House for his efforts.
Wednesday, March 2:
An underage Bandera boyo was picked up for consumption of an adult refreshing beverage while his cohort in crime also found himself in the drink for being unable to hold his likker in public.
An 18-year-old Cowboy Capital Mistress of Crime considered herself showing some entrepreneurial spirit and enterprise. Unfortunately, she was busted for felony manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance.
Another aspiring Cowboy Capital Master Criminal remains a guest of the Gray Bar Inn for a trio of misdemeanors, including driving without a license, failing to appear and a warrant that appears to stem from the miscreant not taking the advice of a previous court.
A boozer from Pipe Creek was taken into custody for a first DWI.
Thursday, March 3:
A misdemeanor warrant that may revoke his parole apparently put the skids on the good times of a local yokel.
A Bandera Babe, old enough to know better, ostensibly decided to solve an argument with her fists and was subsequently arrested for misdemeanor assault by contact.
Two underage slugs from San Antone though they could get away with consuming refreshing adult beverages in Bantucky - they were wrong.
If a Bastrop from Blockhead remained a lover, not a fighter, he wouldn't have been collared for assault with bodily injury.
Friday, March 4:
Two Bandera Brigands were picked up for an "other" warrant apiece.
Saturday, March 5:
Uh oh, Pipe Creep, this is the second time you've been stopped for being well-lubricated behind a wheel.
A Criminal from the Cowboy Capital remains behind bars on five charges - two felony warrants that may revoke his probation; felony burglary of a building and two misdemeanors for bouncing rubber checks.
Sunday, March 6:
A Pipe Creekian celebrated the Sabbath by being stopped for her first DWI. At the age of 36, apparently she's finally come of age in Bandera County.
At last count, a total of 77 jail bird call the Bandera County quod "home sweet home" - 17 from medina County, 10 from Gillespie County and seven from Real County. The rest of the rapscallions, we may presume, were caught in our quaint community.