Chapter 9.13


9.13.010    Disruption of school activities.

9.13.020    Littering.

9.13.030    Failure to supervise child unlawful.

9.13.040    Violation – Penalty.

9.13.050    Fighting in a public place.

9.13.010 Disruption of school activities.

A person is guilty of disruption of school activities if he or she comes into, or remains in, any school building or classroom, upon any school ground, or street, sidewalk, or public way adjacent thereto, and intentionally causes undue disruption of the activities of the school. Disruption of school activities is a misdemeanor. (Ord. 2006-4 § 1, 2006).

9.13.020 Littering.

It is unlawful for any person to willfully or negligently throw from any vehicle, or to place or deposit upon or along any street or alley, upon public or private property, excepting containers provided therefor, any debris, paper, litter, glass bottle, glass, can, nail, tack, wire, trash or garbage, lighted materials, or other waste substance. Littering is a misdemeanor. (Ord. 2006-4 § 1, 2006).

9.13.030 Failure to supervise child unlawful.

It is unlawful for any parent, parents, or legal guardians, or any other person having the care or custody of a child under the age of 18, to fail to properly supervise and care for such child, if such failure of supervision or care contributes to the child violating any law of the United States, state of Washington, or any ordinance of the city or county. Failure to supervise a child is a misdemeanor. (Ord. 2006-4 § 1, 2006).

9.13.040 Violation – Penalty.

Any person violating any of the provisions of this chapter shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished as provided in TMC 9.05.070. (Ord. 2006-4 § 1, 2006).

9.13.050 Fighting in a public place.

A. Any person fighting or quarreling or encouraging others to fight in any public place in the city of Toppenish is declared to be a disorderly person.

B. Fighting in public is a misdemeanor. (Ord. 2011-5 § 1, 2011).