Disorderly Conduct

It is unlawful to knowingly commit an act that alarms, angers, or disturbs 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.

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1. Criminal Damage to Property (CDP)
2. Disorderly Conduct
3. DUI
4. Fake/Fraud Identification
5. Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor
6. Hosting Minors
7. Intoxicated Pedestrian in the Street
8. Liquor License Required
9. Littering
10. Minor in Possession / Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages
11. Mobile Device Use
12. Noise
13. Open Container
14. Parking Citations
15. Possession of Marijuana / Drug Paraphernalia
16. Public Nudity
17. Public Nuisances
18. Resisting Arrest
19. Smoking Indoors
20. Transporting an Open Container
21. Urinating / Defecating upon Public Places