Locked in a months-long dispute over the physical condition of his home and ongoing requests for the time to collect the money needed to bring the art- and poverty-marred domicile up to code, Perkins says he was given his last 15 minutes when code enforcement arrived in the early afternoon.
After his pro-bono attorneys arrived they immediately got a cease and desist order from a district judge, but getting a city employee to handle the cell phone housing the judge's order was a bigger challenge.
Meanwhile, direction from the city attorney's office rolled back affirmative: Proceed with the demo.
That's when things got interesting.
District Judge Joe Brown agreed this morning to a temporary restraining order to hold the city crews back for another couple weeks. Now it's back to Bravenek and partner Albert McNight to make their case and Free Perky.
San Anto: Here are just a few of the fixed images you nearly surrendered this week.
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