Disorderly Conduct.
Causing Unnecessary Emergency Response.
Violating Privacy.
9A.08.010Disorderly Conduct.

A. A person is guilty of disorderly conduct if he or she:

1. Fights or encourages others to fight in any public place within the city;

2. Willfully annoys, molests, bothers, insults, offers an affront to another person and thereby intentionally creates the risk of assault;

3. Intentionally obstructs vehicular or pedestrian travel or traffic without lawful authority;

4. Intentionally disrupts any lawful assembly or meeting of persons without lawful authority; or

5. Urinates or defecates in any place open to the public view.

B. Disorderly conduct is a misdemeanor. (Ord. 526 § 2 (part), 2010.)

9A.08.020Causing Unnecessary Emergency Response.

It shall be unlawful for any person to intentionally and maliciously engage in any activity or take any action which causes or is likely to cause the needless or unnecessary expenditure of emergency response resources of the City or of any public or private emergency response organization. A violation of this Section shall constitute and be punishable as a misdemeanor. (Ord. 526 § 2 (part), 2010.)

9A.08.030Violating Privacy.

A. It shall be unlawful for any person to enter or remain in or upon the curtilage of a building or premises of another for the purposes of observing, photographing, video taping or filming another person, other than a family or household member, under circumstances where the other person has a reasonable expectation of privacy. For the purposes hereof, “curtilage” shall mean any premises located within 10 feet of the exterior wall of any building, regardless of whether the premises are enclosed.

B. Violation of this section shall be a gross misdemeanor punishable by a jail sentence of up to 365 days and/or a fine of up to $5,000. (Ord. 526 § 2 (part), 2010.)