Chapter 9.08


9.08.010    Assault and Other Crimes Involving Physical Harm--Adopted by Reference

9.08.020    Menacing

9.08.030    Aggressive Begging

9.08.040    Harassment

9.08.050    Custodial Interference

9.08.060    Violation of Civil Anti-Harassment Orders

9.08.010 Assault and Other Crimes Involving Physical Harm--Adopted by Reference.

The following state statutes, including all future amendments, additions or deletions, are adopted by reference:

(a)    RCW 9A.36.041, Assault in the fourth degree.

(b)    RCW 9A.36.050, Reckless endangerment.

(c)    RCW 9A.36.070, Coercion.

(d)    RCW 9.61.230, Telephone calls to harass, intimidate, torment or embarrass.

(e)    RCW 9.61.240, Telephone calls to harass, intimidate, torment or embarrass--Permitting telephone to be used.

(f)    RCW 9.61.250, Telephone calls to harass, intimidate, torment or embarrass--Offenses, where deemed committed.

(g)    Chapter 10.99 RCW, Domestic Violence--Official Response.

(h)    RCW 26.50.010, Definitions.

(i)    RCW 26.50.020, Commencement of action‑-Jurisdiction--Venue.

(j)    RCW 26.50.030, Petition for an order of protection--Availability of forms and instructional brochures.

(k)    RCW 26.50.040, Application for leave to file in forma pauperis.

(l)    RCW 26.50.050, Hearing--Service--Time.

(m)    RCW 26.50.060, Relief.

(n)    RCW 26.50.070, Ex parte temporary order for protection.

(o)    RCW 26.50.080, Issuance of order--Assistance of peace officer--Designation of appropriate law enforcement agency.

(p)    RCW 26.50.090, Order--Service.

(q)    RCW 26.50.100, Order--Transmittal to law enforcement agency--Record in law enforcement system--Enforceability.

(r)    RCW 26.50.110, Violation of order--Penalties.

(s)    RCW 26.50.120, Violation of order--Prosecuting attorney or attorney for municipality may be requested to assist--Costs and attorney’s fees.

(t)    RCW 26.50.130, Order--Modification--Transmittal.

(u)    RCW 26.50.140, Peace officers--Immunity.

(v)    RCW 26.50.200, Title to real estate--Effect.

(w)    RCW 26.50.210, Proceedings additional.

(x)    RCW 9A.36.150, Interfering with the reporting of domestic violence.

(y)    RCW 26.09.300, Restraining orders--Notice--Refusal to comply--Arrest--Penalty‑-Defense‑-Peace officers, immunity.

(z)    RCW 9A.36.160 and 9A.36.161, Failing to summon assistance, and Penalty.

(aa)    RCW 9A.42.037, Criminal mistreatment in the fourth degree.

(bb)    RCW 9A.42.080, Abandonment of a dependent person in the third degree--Exception.

(cc)    RCW 9A.42.110, Leaving a child in the care of a sex offender.

(dd)    RCW 9A.44.096, Sexual misconduct with a minor in the second degree.

(ee)    RCW 9.61.260, Cyberstalking. (Ord. 873, Sec. 2, 2012; Ord. 536, 1996; Ord. 457, Sec. 1, 1994; Ord. 448, Sec. 3, 1994)

9.08.020 Menacing.

A person is guilty of menacing when he or she knowingly causes or attempts to cause another person to believe that he or she or any member of his or her family will be the victim of serious physical injury or death. Menacing is a gross misdemeanor. (Ord. 873, Sec. 2, 2012)

9.08.030 Aggressive Begging.

(a)    It is a crime for any person to engage in aggressive begging in any public place in the City as those terms are defined by this section.

(b)    As used in this section:

(1)    Aggressive begging shall mean to beg with intent to intimidate another person into giving money or goods.

(2)    Beg shall mean to ask for money or goods as a charity, whether by words, bodily gestures, signs or other means.

(c)    Intimidate shall mean to coerce or frighten into submission or obedience.

(d)    Public place shall mean any road, alley, lane, parking area, sidewalk or any place, private or otherwise, adapted to and fitted for vehicular or pedestrian travel, that is in common use by the public with the consent, expressed or implied, of the owner or owners, and further, any public playground, school grounds, recreation grounds, parks, parkways, park drives, park paths and rights-of-way open to the use of the public. (Ord. 873, Sec. 2, 2012)

9.08.040 Harassment.

The following state statutes, including all future amendments, additions or deletions, are adopted by reference:

(a)    RCW 9A.46.020, Definition--Penalties.

(b)    RCW 9A.46.030, Place where committed.

(c)    RCW 9A.46.040, Court-ordered requirements upon person charged with crime--Violation.

(d)    RCW 9A.46.050, Arraignment--No-contact order.

(e)    RCW 9A.46.060, Crimes included in harassment.

(f)    RCW 9A.46.070, Enforcement of orders restricting contact.

(g)    RCW 9A.46.080, Order restricting contact--Violation.

(h)    RCW 9A.46.090, Nonliability of peace officer.

(i)    RCW 9A.46.100, Convicted, time when.

(j)    RCW 9A.46.110, Stalking.

(k)    SB 6007, Chapter 271, Laws of 1994, Stalking.

(l)    Chapter 10.14 RCW, Harassment.

(m)    RCW 9.35.030, Soliciting undesired mail. (Ord. 873, Sec. 2, 2012)

9.08.050 Custodial Interference.

The following state statutes, including all future amendments, additions or deletions, are hereby adopted by reference:

(a)    RCW 9A.40.070, Custodial interference in the second degree.

(b)    RCW 9A.40.080, Custodial interference--Assessment of costs--Defense--Consent defenses, restricted. (Ord. 873, Sec. 2, 2012)

9.08.060 Violation of Civil Anti-Harassment Orders.

It is a gross misdemeanor to willfully disobey a temporary or permanent anti-harassment order issued pursuant to Chapter 10.14 RCW. (Ord. 873, Sec. 2, 2012; Ord. 448, Sec. 3, 1994)