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(A) Any police officer who finds a minor violating any provisions of § 531.02 shall obtain information from such minor as to his or her name and address, age, and the name of his or her parent or parents. The minor shall thereupon be instructed to proceed to his or her home forthwith. A written notice shall then be mailed by the Chief of Police to the parent or parents of the minor, advising of the violation of § 531.02.
(B) Any parent who shall violate any provision of § 531.03, after having received notice of a prior violation as provided in division (A) hereof, shall be fined not more than $100, together with costs.
(C) Any operator of an establishment and any agents or employees of any operator who shall violate the provisions of § 531.04 shall be fined not more than $100, together with costs.
(D) Whoever violates § 531.05 is guilty of failing to supervise a minor. Upon first conviction, the offender shall be subject to a fine of up to $250 and/or ordered to perform community service. The fine and/or community service will be suspended if the offender completes a parenting training class designated by the city. In addition to any fine or order imposed pursuant to this section the Court may order the offender to make restitution to any victim of the minor’s conduct. The amount of restitution shall not exceed the statutory liability for parents established in R.C. § 3109.09 and R.C. § 3109.10.
(E) Each violation of any provision of this chapter shall constitute a separate offense.
(Am. Ord. 3043, passed 9-28-76)
(F) For a conviction of a second offense and/or additional offenses, the offender shall be subject to a fine of up to $500 and/or ordered to perform community service for each offense.
(Ord. 7356, passed 4-22-97)