§ 73.10  RESTRICTIONS RELATED TO CERTAIN CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS.
   (A)   A person may not engage in trespass towing or booting activities in the town limits involving direct interaction with the public:
      (1)   For a period of two years following conviction within any five-year period of any two criminal infractions (felony and/or misdemeanor) arising from a violation of, or related to activities governed by, this chapter; or
      (2)   For a period of two years following conviction of any manner of assault related to a trespass tow or booting within the town.
   (B)   A person may not engage in trespass towing or booting activities in the town limits involving direct interaction with the public if, within the prior ten years, that person has been convicted in any jurisdiction for any one or more of the following crimes:  assaults or threats; homicide; sexual assault; crimes against nature, incest, indecent exposure and related offenses; kidnaping, larceny, possession of stolen goods, embezzlement and related offenses; robbery, extortion and related offenses; burglary and breaking and entering; felony fraud, false pretenses and related offenses involving financial transactions; and weapons offenses.
(Ord. passed 12-15-2016)