Chapter 6.45
OFFENSES AGAINST PERSONS

Sections:

6.45.010    Statutes adopted—Assault and other crimes relating to persons.

6.45.015    Statutes adopted—Harassment crimes.

6.45.040    Willful violation of antiharassment or protection order.

6.45.100    Custodial interference in the second degree.

6.45.010 Statutes adopted—Assault and other crimes relating to persons.

The following Revised Code of Washington (RCW) sections, as currently enacted or as hereafter amended or recodified from time to time, are hereby adopted by reference and shall be given the same force and effect as if set forth herein in full:

RCW

9A.04.110    Definitions.

9A.36.041    Assault in the fourth degree.

9A.36.050    Reckless endangerment.

9A.49.001    Findings.

9A.49.010    Definitions.

9A.49.030    Unlawful discharge of a laser in the second degree.

13.32A.030    Definitions—Regulating leave from semi-secure facility.

13.32A.080    Unlawful harboring of a minor—Penalty—Defense—Prosecution of adult for involving child in commission of offense.

(Ord. 2015-021 § 17, 2015).

6.45.015 Statutes adopted—Harassment crimes.

The following RCW sections, as currently enacted or as hereafter amended or recodified from time to time, are hereby adopted by reference and shall be given the same force and effect as if set forth herein in full:

RCW

9A.46.020    Definition—Penalties.

9A.46.030    Place where committed.

9A.46.040    Court-ordered requirements upon person charged with crime—Violation.

9A.46.050    Arraignment—No contact order.

9A.46.060    Crimes included in harassment.

9A.46.070    Enforcement of orders restricting contact.

9A.46.080    Order restricting contact—Violation.

9A.46.090    Nonliability of peace officer.

9A.46.100    “Convicted,” time when.

9A.46.110    Stalking.

9A.46.910    Severability—1985 c 288.

9.61.230    Telephone harassment.

9.61.250    Telephone harassment—Offense, where deemed committed.

9.61.260    Cyberstalking.

9A.86.010    Disclosing intimate images.

(Ord. 2016-021 § 1, 2016: Ord. 2015-021 § 18, 2015; Ord. 2010-41 § 2, 2010).

6.45.040 Willful violation of antiharassment or protection order.

Any person who willfully disobeys any civil antiharassment protection order issued pursuant to RCW Chapter 10.14 shall be guilty of a gross misdemeanor. (Ord. 96-75 § 12 (part), 1996).

6.45.100 Custodial interference in the second degree.

A.    A relative of a person is guilty of custodial interference in the second degree if, with the intent to deny access to such person by a parent, guardian, institution, agency, or other person having a lawful right to physical custody of such person, the relative takes, entices, retains, detains, or conceals the person from a parent, guardian, institution, agency or other person having a lawful right to physical custody of such person. This subsection shall not apply to a parent’s noncompliance with a court-ordered parenting plan.

B.    A parent of a child is guilty of custodial interference in the second degree if:

(1)    The parent takes, entices, retains, detains, or conceals the child, with the intent to deny access, from the other parent having the lawful right to time with the child pursuant to a court-ordered parenting plan; or

(2)    The parent has not complied with the residential provisions of a court-ordered parenting plan after a finding of contempt under RCW 26.09.160(3); or

(3)    If the court finds that the parent has engaged in a pattern of wilful violations of the court-ordered residential provisions.

C.    Nothing in (2) of this subsection prohibits conviction of custodial interference in the second degree under (1) or (3) of this subsection in absence of findings of contempt.

D.    The first conviction of custodial interference in the second degree is a gross misdemeanor. (Ord. 98-3 § 27, 1998).