A person commits disorderly conduct when he or she knowingly:
   (a)   Creates a disturbance of the public order by an act of violence or by an act likely to produce violence;
   (b)   Engages in, promotes, instigates, encourages, aids or abets fighting or any similar violent threatening or tumultuous behavior;
   (c)   Makes or causes any unreasonably loud noise;
   (d)   Addresses profane, obscene or abusive language or threats of violence to any person present so as to create a clear and present danger of violence;
   (e)   Refuses or fails to cease and desist any peaceful conduct or activity likely to produce a breach of peace where there is an imminent threat of violence and where the police have made all reasonable efforts to protect the otherwise peaceful conduct and activity and have requested that the conduct and activity be stopped and explained the request if there is time;
   (f)   Fails to obey a lawful order of dispersal by a person known by him or her to be a peace officer under circumstances where three or more persons are committing acts of disorderly conduct in the immediate vicinity which acts are likely to cause substantial harm or serious inconvenience, annoyance or alarm;
   (g)   Loiters, crowds or congregates on the public streets or sidewalks so as to unreasonably obstruct or interfere with pedestrian or vehicular traffic or use thereof or so as to create an unsafe condition for vehicular or pedestrian traffic or use of the street or sidewalk and who fails or refuses to disperse and move on when ordered to do so by a police officer;
   (h)   Damages, befouls or disturbs public property or private property of another so as to create an unsafe, unhealthy or unsanitary condition; or
   (i)   Carries in a threatening or menacing manner, without authority of law, any pistol, revolver, dagger, razor, dangerous knife, stiletto, knuckles, slingshot, an object containing noxious or deleterious liquid, gas or substance or other dangerous weapon.
(1957 Rev. Ords., § 9.202; 1992 Code, § 26-25)  (Ord. 80-79, passed 8-20-1979; Ord. 48-88, passed 6-20-1988; Ord. 30-93, passed 4-12-1993)  Penalty, see § 10.999
Statutory reference:
   Disorderly conduct, see SDCL 22-18-35