Section 9.04.010   Disorderly conduct.
   Any person who shall knowingly do or make any act, utterance, gesture or display, which, under the circumstances, creates a clear and present danger of a breach of peace or an imminent threat of violence shall be guilty of the offense of disorderly conduct which is prohibited. Without limitation, any of the following acts may constitute disorderly conduct:
   A.   Assaulting, striking or deliberately injuring another person;
   B.   Engaging in or aiding or abetting any fight, quarrel or other disturbance;
   C.   Disturbing any religious service, funeral, public or private meeting, place of amusement or assembly of persons;
   D.   Being intoxicated in public places, or in any place to the annoyance and disturbance of other persons;
   E.   Resisting or obstructing the performance of one known to be a police officer or any authorized act within the police officer’s official capacity, or impersonating a police officer;
   F.   Assisting any person in custody of police to escape or furnishing any weapon, drugs, liquor to any such person;
   G.   Engaging in any fraudulent scheme, device or trick to obtain money or other valuable thing;
   H.   Giving any false alarm of fire, danger or disturbance to any person, or false information to any police officer or firefighter or any Village officer;
   I.   Making a telephone call with intent to annoy another, whether or not conversation ensues;
   J.   Throwing stones or missiles in public places or at any person or property, or using, brandishing or threatening to use any missile, or dangerous weapon or object;
   K.   Damaging or defacing trees, bushes, gardens, fences, windows, signs, buildings, monuments or vehicles, or engaging in any acts of vandalism.
   L.   Theft of any property valued at less than three hundred dollars ($300.00)
(MC-1-2014, Amended, 2/18/2014: prior code § 45.01)