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(A) It shall be the duty of the Chief of Police and every police officer to apprehend and arrest every person found drunk in the streets or other public places within the city, and to lodge the person in jail until he or she shall become sober.
(B) It shall be their duty to see that all the ordinances and regulations of the City Council for the preservation of quiet, good order and for the safety and protection of the inhabitants of the city are promptly enforced and to suppress all riots, disturbances and breaches of the peace, and for those purposes they shall have the right to enter, with or without process any premises within the city in which any person or persons may be committing an unlawful act, or where any person or persons may be who have been guilty of any offense or crime committed in their hearing or presence.
(C) It shall be the duty of the Chief of Police or any police officer, and they shall have power and authority, to apprehend and arrest with or without process any person found in the act of committing in their presence any offense against the laws of the state, or violating the ordinances or by-laws of the city in any manner involving a breach of the peace, and to take the offender before the proper magistrate to be punished; to make complaints before the proper magistrate of any person known or believed by them to be guilty of any violation of the ordinances or by-laws of the City Council; and to serve all processes to them delivered for that purpose.
(Prior Code, § 40.107) (Ord. 21, passed 6-6-1935)