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(A) The police chief may suspend, revoke or modify a permit for failure of the permittee to comply with laws, regulations, or permit conditions.
(B) The police chief may suspend or revoke the permit if the applicant has been convicted of:
(1) An offense which disqualifies that person from owning or possessing a firearm under federal or State law, including, but not limited to, the offenses listed in Cal. Penal Code, Sections 29800 through 29875 and 29900 through 29905;
(2) An offense relating to the manufacture, sale, possession, or use of a firearm or dangerous or deadly weapon or ammunition therefore;
(3) An offense involving the use of force of violence upon the person of another;
(4) An offense involving theft, fraud, dishonesty, or deceit; or
(5) An offense involving the manufacture, sale, possession, or use of a controlled substance as defined by the Cal. Health and Safety Code.
(C) The police chief may suspend or revoke the permit if the applicant is within a class of persons defined in Cal. Welfare and Institutions Code, Sections 8100 or 8103, or the applicant is currently, or has been within the last five years, an unlawful user of, or addicted to, a controlled substances as defined by Cal. Health and Safety Code.
(D) The police chief shall mail to the permittee a notice of intent that the permit is proposed for suspension, revocation or modification. The notice of intent shall state the reasons for the proposed suspension, revocation, or modification.
(E) The permittee may request a hearing, as provided herein, to review the proposed suspension, revocation or modification. If such a request for hearing is not received within ten days of mailing the notice of intent, the police chief shall mail to the permittee a notice that the proposed suspension, revocation or modification is in effect. Such notice shall constitute an exhaustion of the administrative remedies available to the permittee.
(`64 Code, Sec. 16.1-13) (Ord. No. 2411, 2961)