A person commits disorderly conduct when he knowingly:
   (A)   Does any act in such unreasonable manner as to provoke, make, or aid in making a breach of the peace; or
   (B)   Does or makes any unreasonable or offensive act, utterance, gesture or display that under the circumstances creates a clear and present danger of a breach of peace or imminent threat of violence; or
   (C)   Fails to obey a lawful order of disbursal by a person known by him to be a peace officer under circumstances under which three or more persons are committing acts of disorderly conduct in the immediate vicinity that are likely to cause substantial harm or serious inconvenience, annoyance or alarm; or
   (D)   Assembles with three or more persons for the purpose of using force or violence to disturb the public peace; or
   (E)   Engages in any violent, tumultuous, offensive, or disorderly conduct by threatening, traducing, quarreling, challenging to fight or fighting, or uses obscene, offensive, profane or unseemly language to the annoyance, disturbance, or vexation of another, or is guilty of any conduct calculated to breach the peace.
('69 Code, § 13-16) (Am. Ord. O-93-27, passed 2-22-93; Am. Ord. 0-96-13, passed 8-26-96) Penalty, see § 133.99