Unless I am mistaken, all such local ordinances, including Virginia Beach, have a stipulation added to their Stop and Identify ordinance.
Originally Posted by Jon34511
For Virginia Beach it reads:
Sec. 23-7.1. - Providing identification to police officer.permanent link to this piece of content
It shall be unlawful and a Class 1 misdemeanor for any person at a public place or place open to the public to refuse to identify himself by name and address at the request of a uniformed police officer or of a properly identified police officer not in uniform, or to provide false information in response to such a request, if the surrounding circumstances are such as to indicate to a reasonable man that the public safety requires such identification.
Of course, we all know this is meaningless in reality because LEOs can fabricate a circumstance that will easily convince any judge that it was necessary.