It is unlawful to knowingly commit an act that alarms, angers, distrubs others or provokes an assault or breaches peace. Engaging in such behavior will result in the charge of disorderly conduct. Disorderly conduct also includes committing any of the following acts: engaging in brawling or fighting; disturbing an assembly, meeting or procession not unlawful in its character; or using offensive, obscene, or abusive language which constitutes fighting words that tend reasonably to arouse anger or resentment in others.

Convictions are punishable by a fine of up to $500, up to six months in jail, and $155 in court costs. 

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