§ 90.004  INTERFERENCE WITH ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER.
   (A)   A person commits an offense if he or she interferes with, hinders, or molests the Animal Control Officer, or other party designated by the City Code Enforcement and/or Police Department for those purposes, in the performance of duties delegated hereunder, or seeks to release any animal taken and held in custody under the provisions of this chapter, except as herein provided.
   (B)   The Animal Control Officer shall have the right to pursue unrestrained animals onto any unenclosed private property without having first obtained the consent of the owner of the property.  However, no entry shall be made into any enclosed private property without first having obtained the consent of the owner of the property, or upon issuance of a warrant in the manner authorized by law.
(Ord. 09-1013, passed 10-13-2009)  Penalty, see § 90.999