8-5-5: KEEPING DISORDERLY HOUSE:
   A.   Simple Misdemeanor: No person shall permit or suffer to continue, without taking legal steps to prevent the same, any quarreling, fighting, disorderly conduct, or any other conduct or condition that threatens injury to persons or damage to property. No person shall permit or suffer to continue, without taking legal steps to prevent the same, loud, raucous, disagreeable noises made with an intentional or reckless disregard for causing a disturbance of the neighborhood, or a disturbance to the general public, upon any premises owned by the person or in the person's possession. For the purposes of this section, "a disturbance to the general public" includes the disturbance of persons beyond the subject premises and/or to the disturbance of persons upon public places, including peace officers. Any violation of this subsection shall be a simple misdemeanor.
   B.   Authority To Restore Order And Disperse; Failure To Disperse: Upon issuance of a criminal complaint for a violation of this section, any peace officer of the city shall have authority to restore order upon the subject premises, up to and including ordering the dispersal of person(s) from the subject premises. Any person who fails or refuses to obey and abide by such an order shall be guilty of a violation of this section. Any violation of this subsection shall be a simple misdemeanor.
   C.   Civil Sanction: Quarreling, fighting, disorderly conduct, or any other conduct or condition that threatens injury to persons or damage to property, or loud, raucous, disagreeable noises made with an intentional or reckless disregard for causing a disturbance of the neighborhood, or a disturbance to the general public, upon any premises owned by the person or in the person's possession is prohibited. For the purposes of this section, "a disturbance to the general public" includes the disturbance of persons beyond the subject premises and/or to the disturbance of persons upon public places, including peace officers. Any violation of this subsection by a property owner or tenant is a municipal infraction punishable by a civil penalty of seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00) for first offense and one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) for second and subsequent offenses. (Ord. 12-4496, 9-18-2012; amd. Ord. 19-4811, 11-4-2019)