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2012-01-26

Law West & East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, Jan. 16:
A lawbreaker from Lakehills found himself afoul of John Law - and remains locked up because of it for four misdemeanors, including two failure-to-appear warrants, one that may eventually revoke his probation and another due to criminal trespass.

Meanwhile another Lunkhead from the Lake District was also picked up because of a felony warrant from an outside agency.

A Bandera Boyo remains in the local Big House for misdemeanor failure to ID and for a warrant that also may eventually revoke his probation.

Tuesday, Jan. 17:
An "other" warrant ostensibly tripped up a local yokel.

While suffering from a fit of dipsomania, a Medina resident was pulled over for a first DWI.

An A-Hole from Alvin was hauled off to the hoosegow for harassment.

A 72-year-old Bandera Blockhead was collared for misdemeanor criminal mischief and deadly conduct, as well.

A Scofflaw from San Antone was stopped in her tracks by a trio of misdemeanor warrants indicated she had failed to heed the suggestions of previous court(s).

A quartet of pipe-loving reprobates, aged 17, 19, 40 and 56 years from Pipe Creek, Bandera, Lakehills and Bandera were arrested for felony possession of more than one gram and less than four grams of a controlled substance - that would be the 56-year-old Pipe Creep - while the trio of appeared to be merely suffering from weed-wacking.

Wednesday, Jan. 18:
A San Antonio Scofflaw slunk into the county and was summarily slapped into the slammer - where he remains - for being dogged by misdemeanor warrants that may revoke his probation and insist on his appearance before a court.

A Bandit from Bandera was tripped up by a felony warrant from an outside agency.

A nitwit from Natalia was arrested on his first DWI.

Thursday, Jan. 19:
A couple of teenage boobies from Boerne ran afoul of Bandera's constabulary and were, in turn, busted for misdemeanor pot possession and felony intentional assault by a vehicle.

A flame-loving 18 year old from Lakehills was arrested for arson.

A local yokel failed to identify himself and so found himself a guest of the Gray Bar Inn - where he unaccountably remains on a misdemeanor charge.

An outstanding warrant from an outside agency proved to be the bane of a Cowboy Capital Criminal and he remains locked up as a result.

It's not nice to make a false report to a law enforcement officer as a 19-year-old Bandera Bumpkin shortly discovered.

Another fine upstanding motorist was detained for two misdemeanor traffic offenses.

Two felony warrants from an outside agency seemed sufficient to send a con from Lakehills to the quod.

Friday, Jan. 20:
A 50-something Lover of Likker from Lakehills probably ought not to be indulging in his passion in public.

Another Friday night, another Bandera Boozer was booked on a first DWI, while his cohort in crime was charged with disorderly conduct.

After a Denizen of the Lake District failed to identify himself, he was also detained for a misdemeanor warrant from an outside agency. He remains incarcerated for his transgressions.

Not only did a belligerent Pipe Creep resist arrest - to no avail - he also was charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, to boot.

Saturday, Jan. 21:
On a typical Saturday night in Bandera iniquitous idgits from Medina, San Antonio, Lakehills and Ingleside found themselves behind bars for public intoxication, a first DWI, another first DWI and public intoxication, respectively.

Sunday, Jan. 22:
On a typical Sabbath in the Cowboy Capital, malfeasants from Bandera, Pipe Creek and Medina saw the inside of Cell Block Number Nine for a felony warrant from an outside agency, a first DWI and possession of inhalant paraphernalia, respectively.

After being incarcerated for misdemeanor assault by contact - where they remain - a guy from Lakehills and a pugilistic gal from Pipe Creek could probably do with a couple of anger management courses.