Chapter 7.108
ENFORCEMENT

Sections:

7.108.010    Health Officer arrest powers—Statutory provisions adopted.

7.108.020    Violation—Penalty.

7.108.010 Health Officer arrest powers—Statutory provisions adopted.

The Health Officer and his delegated subordinates, pursuant to the provisions of Section 836.5 of the Penal Code of the State, are authorized to arrest a person without a warrant whenever they have reasonable cause to believe that the person has committed an infraction or a misdemeanor in their presence which is a violation of any of the provisions of Chapters 6.16, 7.04 through 7.16, 7.20 (except SCCC 7.20.010) and 7.36, 7.42, 7.44 through 7.52, 7.60, 7.72, 7.80 and 7.100 SCCC, or of any other statute or law the enforcement of which is under the administration of the Health Officer. Upon making an arrest, the Health Officer or his delegated subordinate shall prepare a citation and release the person arrested, pursuant to Section 853.6 of the Penal Code of the State, the provisions of which are hereby adopted by reference as part of this section. [Ord. 3818 § 3, 1987; Ord. 2913, 1980; prior code § 11.22.020].

7.108.020 Violation—Penalty.

Except as otherwise specifically provided by the provisions of Chapters 6.16, 7.04 through 7.16, 7.20 (except SCCC 7.20.010), 7.22 and 7.36, 7.42, 7.44 through 7.52, 7.60, 7.72, 7.80 and 7.100 SCCC, any person in violation of the provisions of these chapters shall be deemed guilty of an infraction. Each separate day or portion thereof during which any violation occurs or continues shall be deemed to constitute a separate offense. The fourth or subsequent violation of any provision of these chapters in a given calendar year shall be deemed a misdemeanor. [Ord. 4118 § 3, 1991; Ord. 3818 § 3, 1987; Ord. 2913, 1980; Ord. 2058, 1974; prior code § 11.22.010].