§ 130.01  MINNESOTA CRIMINAL CODE ADOPTED BY REFERENCE.
   (A)   The provisions of the Minnesota Criminal Code and all other applicable and related statutes are hereby adopted by reference and made a part of this chapter as if fully set forth herein, except as modified herein. Any person who violates any portion, section or restriction set forth in said state code shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to penalties set forth herein if convicted.
(1994 Code, § 9-4.1)
   (B)   The provisions of M.S. Ch. 609 specified below, as they may be amended from time to time, are adopted by reference and made a part of this code; except that, the violation of each shall be a misdemeanor:
      (1)   609.17, “Attempts”;
      (2)   609.175, “Conspiracy”;
      (3)   609.21, “Criminal Vehicular Operation”;
      (4)   609.24, “Simple Robbery”;
      (5)   609.27, “Coercion”;
      (6)   609.275, “Attempt to Coerce”;
      (7)   609.321, “Prostitution; Definitions”;
      (8)   609.322, “Solicitation, Inducement and Promotion of Prostitution”;
      (9)   609.324, “Other Prohibited Acts”;
      (10)   609.325, “Defenses”;
      (11)   609.326, “Evidence”;
      (12)   609.33, “Disorderly House”;
      (13)   609.377, “Malicious Punishment of a Child”;
      (14)   609.378, “Neglect of a Child”;
      (15)   609.379, “Permitted Actions”;
      (16)   609.415, “Crimes Affecting Public Officer or Employee; Definitions”, with the addition of the following category to Subd. 1(1): “(g) a member of a municipal board or commission, whether appointed or elected”;
      (17)   609.42, “Bribery”;
      (18)   609.43, “Misconduct of Public Officer or Employee”;
      (19)   609.455, “Permitting False Claims against Government”;
      (20)   609.465, “Presenting False Claims to Public Officer or Body”;
      (21)   609.47, “Interference with Property in Official Custody”;
      (22)   609.485, “Escape From Custody”;
      (23)   609.487, “Fleeing a Police Officer in a Motor Vehicle”;
      (24)   609.495, “Aiding an Offender to Avoid Arrest”;
      (25)   609.498, “Tampering with a Witness”;
      (26)   609.52, “Theft”;
      (27)   609.521, “Possession of Shoplifting Gear”;
      (28)   609.53, “Receiving Stolen Property”;
      (29)   609.556, “Damage or Trespass to Property; Definitions”;
      (30)   609.561, “Arson in the First Degree”;
      (31)   609.562, “Arson in the Second Degree”;
      (32)   609.563, “Arson in the Third Degree”;
      (33)   609.564, “Excluded Fires”;
      (34)   609.576, “Negligent Fires”;
      (35)   609.581, “Burglary; Definitions”;
      (36)   609.582, “Burglary”;
      (37)   609.585, “Double Jeopardy”;
      (38)   609.59, “Possession of Burglary Tools”;
      (39)   609.595, “Damage to Property”;
      (40)   609.625, “Aggravated Forgery”;
      (41)   609.63, “Forgery”;
      (42)   609.635, “Obtaining Signature by False Pretense”;
      (43)   609.713, “Terroristic Threats”;
      (44)   609.75, “Gambling; Definitions”;
      (45)   609.755, “Acts of or Relating to Gambling”;
      (46)   609.76, “Other Acts Relating to Gambling”;
      (47)   609.761, “Operations Permitted”;
      (48)   609.821, “Financial Transaction Card Fraud”;
      (49)   609.825, “Bribery of Participant or Official in Contest”;
      (50)   609.86, “Commercial Bribery”;
      (51)   609.87, “Computer Crime; Definitions”;
      (52)   609.88, “Computer Damage”; and
      (53)   609.89, “Computer Theft.”
(1994 Code, § 9-8.1)
   (C)   The violations of other state, federal and county laws, rules or regulations not contained in the Minnesota Criminal Code, and violations of the city code of ordinances, any of which are legally enforceable, shall be deemed in violation of the city code of ordinances and subject to the penalties set forth herein.
(Ord. 95, passed 8-15-2007)  Penalty, see § 130.99