§ 32.47  POWER TO ARREST; SERVE PROCESS.
   (A)   The Chief of Police and every member of the Police Department shall have power to arrest, with or without process, all persons within the village who shall break the peace or be found violating any ordinance of the village; to commit for examination, and, if necessary, to detain such person or persons overnight or Sunday in a secure place, until they can be brought before the proper court for trial.
   (B)   The Chief of Police and every member of the Police Department shall have the power and authority within the corporate limits of the village to serve and execute warrants or other legal process for the apprehension and commitment of persons charged with or held for the commission of any crime or misdemeanor, or for the violation of any law or ordinance of the village, and, while serving or executing or assisting in the service or execution of any such warrant or legal process, shall be vested with all the common law and statutory power of constables for that purpose.
(1983 Code, § 1-11A-3)