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2012-01-05

Law West & East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Well, likker seemed to be the order of the day - or rather, the evening - on Tuesday, Dec. 31, as ye shall shortly see.

Tuesday, Dec. 27:
A Bandera Bumpkin got carted off to the county can - where he remains - for criminal trespass.

A Crapulous Creature from The Creek was charged with a second DWI.

A Lawbreaker from Lakehills must aspire to a lofty goal of anger management, especially after being pinched for assault with bodily injury.

Thursday, Dec. 29:
Two misdemeanor warrants from an outside agency put the skids on the good times of a Lunkhead from Lakehills - albeit for but a short time.

People, driving without a license is still illegal - even in the Free State of Bantucky!

Tuesday, Dec. 31:
A Bandera Boozer celebrated the advent of 2012 by being pie-eyed in public.

Ditto, an idjit from Elgin who was summarily stopped for a probable second DWI.

A Blockhead from Bandera started the New Year off right by being slapped with a felony charge stemming from an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, in addition to his being DWI-ed for a first time.

An A-Hole from Austin and a Cowboy Capital Tippler were picked up for their first and felony third DWIs, respectively.

After being pinched for being pissed in public. an inebriated local yokel thought he could get out of it by resisting arrest. Off-hand, I'd say that's not how it works, Bubba.

Yet another Bad Boy from Bandera was arrested - for driving without a license.

Monday, Jan. 1:
A Pipe Creep violated a court order and suffered the consequences.

A Bodacious Bandera Babe and a Lush from Liberty were hauled off to the hoosegow for being pickled in public.

Meanwhile the Lush from Liberty's hubby was nailed for his first DWI, as was a likker-lovin' Lady from Lakehills, but hers was wrote down as a second DWI.

A total of 68 jailbirds call the Bandera County Quod "home sweet home" - 23 from Medina County, 11 from Gillespie County, seven from Real County and a lonely little trio from Kimble County.

The rest of the scofflaws, we can only assume, were arrested and booked in Bandera.