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(A) The Chief of Police and every member of the Police Department may, whether directed to them or not, execute warrants of arrest, processes, subpoenas, and attachments for witnesses. They may arrest as prescribed by law for offenses against ordinances or municipal regulations of the city, and shall have the same power of arrest for offenses against the state as a sheriff.
(B) The Chief of Police and members of the Police Department shall be entitled to the same fees, and the same remedies for collecting them, that are allowed by law to sheriffs and other officers for similar services, but the City Council hereby directs that the fees be paid into the city treasury for all members of the Police Department employed on a salary when they receive such fees.
(KRS Chapters 95 and 95Astatutory) (Prior Code, § 35.05) (Ord. 320.1, passed - -; Ord. 220.6, passed 3-12-1979)