Chapter 9.20
OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER

Sections:

9.20.010    Riot without deadly weapon.

9.20.020    Offenses in public – Public conveyance.

9.20.030    Disruption of school activities.

9.20.010 Riot without deadly weapon.

A. A person is guilty of the crime of riot if, acting with three or more other persons, he knowingly and unlawfully uses or threatens to use force, or in any way participates in the use of such force, against any other person or against property, and is not armed with a deadly weapon.

B. The crime of riot without a deadly weapon is a gross misdemeanor. (Ord. A-91 § 1, 1991).

9.20.020 Offenses in public – Public conveyance.

It is unlawful for a person in public to refuse to pay proper fare in a public conveyance. (Ord. A-91 § 1, 1991).

9.20.030 Disruption of school activities.

A. A person is guilty of disruption of school activities if he comes into or remains in any school building, classroom or upon any school ground, street, sidewalk or public way adjacent thereto, without lawful reason, and intentionally causes undue disruption of the activities of the school.

B. As used in this section, “school” has its ordinary meaning and also includes universities, colleges, community colleges and institutions of higher education. (Ord. A-91 § 1, 1991).