Bucks struck a further double blow without any further addition to the score when Cherry had Worthy caught by Atkins for 35 and night-watchman Cant was caught behind
for a duck.
But Keedy had Pothas caught behind
and then Mahmood removed Benham for a 139-ball 64, with 11 fours included.
Jones soon had James Tredwell caught behind
with the total 12 before Matthew Walker was pinned leg-before by Phillips - 54 for two.
J Wood and S Wood added 37 in the first eight overs, with the former particularly harsh on anything short from Cosgrove, but the bowler eventually found a decent length and, along with Paul Wilkinson, managed to stem the flow with only eight scored off the next six overs, before J Wood was superbly caught behind
by Chris Sansom for 34 after surviving what seemed an obvious caught behind
appeal the ball before.
Swann had Croft caught behind
and Gary Keedy chipping to mid wicket, giving the off-spinner final figures of three for 78, while Franks had Dominic Cork caught by Wood and won an lbw decision against Sajid Mahmood.
As reported yesterday, the figures for Warwickshire last year show a total of 682 motorists appeared before county magistrates after being caught behind
the wheel with too much alcohol - an increase of 37 on 2004.
Their partnership was finally ended when Hussey was caught behind
off Johan Botha for 45.
After Hoggard had bounced out Xavier Marshall, Anderson had Ganga caught behind
, the first of three victims for reserve wicketkeeper Geraint Jones, then trapped Willett lbw in the penultimate over before lunch.
Waqar had them reeling at 15-2 when he had both opener Dirkie Viljoen and Murray Goodwin caught behind
Omar Mahmoud had opener Tim Seifert caught behind
by wicketkeeper Shivank Vijayakumar for seven while Moz Qazi had one-drop batsman Ken McClure caught behind
, also for seven runs.
Ian Pattison was clean bowled by Greg Willott without scoring and Will Purser had Gary Scott caught behind
by Goodwin for four.
Chanderpaul, who finished unbeaten on 147, was also the beneficiary of a controversial decision by Australian umpire Daryl Harper to overturn his original judgement of a caught behind
appeal off Graeme Swann, eight runs short of three figures.
Shantry had been the pick of the attack and he though he had the West Indian caught behind
but the appeal was rejected and Hinds completed his 50 in the next over.
Graeme Hick departed to a poor shot when he lunged flat-footed at Graham Wagg and was caught behind
for six to leave his side in deep trouble at 50 for four.
Gough and last man Ben Sanderson helped Bresnan add further useful runs until Oliver Newby had them both caught behind
by Sutton, who had held on to five catches on the first day.