SECTION 210.210: PEACE DISTURBANCE
A person commits the offense of peace disturbance if:
1. He/she unreasonably and knowingly disturbs or alarms another person or persons by:
a. Loud noise;
b. Offensive language addressed in a face-to-face manner to a specific individual and uttered under circumstances which are likely to produce an immediate violent response from a reasonable recipient;
c. Threatening to commit a felonious act against any person under circumstances which are likely to cause a reasonable person to fear that such threat may be carried out;
d. Fighting; or
e. Creating a noxious and offensive odor.
2. He/she is in a public place or on private property of another without consent and purposely causes inconvenience to another person or persons by unreasonably and physically obstructing:
a. Vehicular or pedestrian traffic; or
b. The free ingress or egress to or from a public or private place.
SECTION 210.215: PRIVATE PEACE DISTURBANCE
A person commits the offense of private peace disturbance if he/she is on private property and unreasonably and purposely causes alarm to another person or persons on the same premises by:
1. Threatening to commit a crime or offense against any person; or
SECTION 210.220: PEACE DISTURBANCE DEFINITIONS
For the purposes of Sections 210.210 and 210.215, the following words shall have the meanings set out herein:
PRIVATE PROPERTY: Any place which at the time is not open to the public. It includes property which is owned publicly or privately.
PROPERTY OF ANOTHER: Any property in which the actor does not have a possessory interest.
PUBLIC PLACE: Any place which at the time is open to the public. It includes property which is owned publicly or privately.
If a building or structure is divided into separately occupied units, such units are separate premises.
SECTION 210.223: RESERVED
Editor's Note--Ord. no. 3015 §1, adopted August 26, 2009, repealed section 210.223 "funeral protests prohibited, when--funeral defined" in its entirety.
SECTION 210.225: UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY
A person commits the offense of unlawful assembly if he/she knowingly assembles with six (6) or more other persons and agrees with such persons to violate any of the criminal laws of this State or of the United States with force or violence.