§ 12.11.07  DISORDERLY HOUSE AND FALSE REPORT TO PUBLIC OFFICER PROHIBITED.
   (a)   No person shall permit, maintain or be present in, a .
   (b)   Any person who is the owner, or other who knows, or should know under the circumstances, that the is being used as a has a duty to immediately abate the underlying illegal activity of the .
   (c)   Any person, other than the owner, or person in control of the , must leave a after being ordered to do so by a police officer or by an owner, , or person in control of the on which the is located.
   (d)   Any person who is the owner, or person in control of the building must admit attempting to gain reasonable access to the premises for the purpose of investigating a suspected and must disperse people present at the after being ordered to do so by a police officer.
   (e)   A police officer who has probable cause to believe that the underlying illegal activity of a is occurring on may make reasonable entry onto the or structure thereon in a manner consistent with law for the purpose of investigating the suspected law violations.
   (f)   A police officer may order all persons present at a to immediately disperse.
   (g)    to : a report to any that a violation of city code or state law has been committed, knowing that the conduct or conditions reported do not constitute a crime or that the report is false and intending that the act in reliance upon the report.
   (h)   Penalties: it shall constitute a misdemeanor under state law to do the following:
      (1)   To keep, permit or be present in a ;
      (2)   Be an owner or person in control of any and to permit the building to be used as a ; or
      (3)   To provide a to any .
(Ord. 91-13, passed 2-25-1991; recodified by Ord. 98-53, passed 11-16-1998; amended by Ord. 2013-6, passed 3-18-2013)