No person, with purpose to hinder the apprehension, prosecution, conviction, or punishment of himself or herself or another for crime, shall:
   (A)   Harbor or conceal the other;
   (B)   Provide or aid in providing a weapon, transportation, disguise, or other means of avoiding apprehension or effecting escape;
   (C)   Conceal or destroy evidence of the crime, or tamper with a witness, informant, document, or other source of information, regardless of its admissibility in evidence;
   (D)   Warn the other of impending discovery or apprehension, except that this division (D) does not apply to a warning given in connection with an effort to bring another into compliance with law; or
   (E)   Volunteer false information to a law enforcement officer.
(Prior Code, § 133.03) (Ord. D-665, passed 9-8-1964, effective 11-1-1964; Ord. D-1873, passed 9-25-2000, effective 10-5-2000) Penalty, see § 30.99