The Chief of Police or any police officer in the City of Flint may, and it shall be the duty of each of them, to arrest without process any person found by them, or by either of them, violating any of the provisions of this ordinance hereof and forthwith bring such person before a Judge or Magistrate in said City to be dealt with according to law, within twenty-four (24) hours after said arrest, except in case said arrest shall be made in the night or on Sunday, or on a legal holiday, or in case no Justice or Magistrate can be found in his office, the officer making the arrest shall convey the person or persons so arrested to the jail of Genesee County or other place of confinement provided by the City, and the keeper thereof shall safely keep such persons therein until taken away by the officer making the arrest, or by some other officer having legal authority to remove the person, or until such person shall have remained in said jail or such place of confinement twenty-four (24) hours; or in case of arrest was made in the nighttime or on Sunday, or on a legal holiday; then until the hour of 9:00 a.m. of the day next thereafter upon which a Court may be legally held.
The officer so taking a person so arrested by him to said jail or place of confinement shall bring the person, or cause said person to be brought by some officer having like powers, before the Municipal Court of said City within the time fixed for his detention.
(Ord. 186, passed 10-14-1924; Ord. 1210, passed - -)