Chapter 9.48


9.48.010    Petit larceny prohibited.

9.48.020    Fines.

9.48.010 Petit larceny prohibited.

If any person steals, takes, or carries away, with the purpose of converting the same to his own use, any property or any goods or chattels; or any government note or banknotes, promissory notes, bill of exchange, bond or other thing in action or book of accounts, order or certificate concerning money or goods, due or to become due or to be delivered; or any deed, mortgage or writing containing a conveyance or pledge of land, or any interest therein; or any bill of sale, or writing containing a conveyance or pledge of goods or chattels, or any interest therein; or any other valuable contract in force; or any receipt, release, defeasance or any writ, document, paper process, or public record, which is the property of another, within the corporate limits of the city, when such goods or chattels, or other property so stolen, taken or carried away do not exceed in value the sum of $500.00, such person shall be deemed an ordinance violator. (Ord. 14-028 § 21, 2014; Ord. 525 § 7, 1997; Ord. 210 § 4, 1978; 1978 code § 9.48)

9.48.020 Fines.

A violation of this chapter is an offense punishable by the fine established in the current, adopted budget. (Ord. 14-028 § 22, 2014)