Chapter 2
GENERAL OFFENSESlinklink

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8-2-1: SHORT TITLE:
8-2-2: TUMULTUOUS CONDUCT:
8-2-3: ASSAULT (REP. BY ORD. 86-3, 2-24-1986):
8-2-4: INTOXICATION:
8-2-5: WEAPONS:
8-2-6: BURGLAR, HOLDUP, EMERGENCY AND OTHER ALARM SYSTEMS; AUTOMATIC VOICE DIALING ALARMS PROHIBITED; ALARM USE RESTRICTED; FALSE ALARMS:
8-2-6-1: MONITORING FEE FOR ALARM INTERCONNECTION:
8-2-7: VAGRANCY:
8-2-8: POSSESSION, USE AND DELIVERY OF CANNABIS:
8-2-9: VANDALISM:
8-2-10: CURFEW:
8-2-11: GARAGE AND SIMILAR SALES:
8-2-12: INJURING PROPERTY:
8-2-13: FIREWORKS:
8-2-14: ASSAULT:
8-2-15: BATTERY:
8-2-16: DRUG PARAPHERNALIA CONTROL ACT ADOPTED BY REFERENCE:
8-2-17: TOBACCO ACCESSORIES AND SMOKING HERBS CONTROL ACT ADOPTED BY REFERENCE:
8-2-18: DISORDERLY CONDUCT:
8-2-19: RECKLESS CONDUCT:
8-2-20: THEFT:
8-2-21: CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY:
8-2-22: CRIMINAL TRESPASS TO VEHICLES:
8-2-23: CRIMINAL TRESPASS TO LAND:
8-2-24: RESISTING OR OBSTRUCTING A PEACE OFFICER:
8-2-25: TRANSMISSION OF HARASSING AND OBSCENE MESSAGES:
8-2-26: CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINQUENCY OF A MINOR:

8-2-1: SHORT TITLE:linklink


This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the OFFENSES ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF BARRINGTON HILLS. (Ord. 63-3, 5-27-1963)
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8-2-2: TUMULTUOUS CONDUCT:linklink

It shall be unlawful for any person to disturb, tend to disturb or aid in disturbing the peace of others by violent, tumultuous offenses or obstreperous conduct, and no person shall knowingly permit such conduct upon any premises owned or possessed by him or under his control. (Ord. 63-3, 5-27-1963)
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8-2-3: ASSAULT:linklink

(Rep. by Ord. 86-3, 2-24-1986)
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8-2-4: INTOXICATION:linklink


(A) It shall be unlawful for any person to appear or be on any public highway, street or other public place while in an intoxicated condition. (Ord. 63-3, 5-27-1963)


(B) It shall be unlawful for any owner or occupant of any premises located within the village to knowingly allow any person under the age of twenty one (21) years to remain on such premises while in the possession of alcoholic liquor or while consuming alcoholic liquor in violation of this code or any state law. (Ord. 84-25, 9-24-1984)


(C) It shall be unlawful for any person under the age of twenty one (21) years to purchase, receive, accept, have in his possession or control, or consume any alcoholic liquor, provided, however, nothing contained herein shall be applicable to persons under the age of twenty one (21) participating in a bona fide religious ceremony. (Ord. 07-17, 9-24-2007)

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8-2-5: WEAPONS:linklink


(A) Definitions:

INSTITUTIONAL USE: For the purposes of this section, institutional use shall be the operation of a range for the firing of weapons at inanimate targets operated and supervised by the village police department or established on a parcel of land in excess of twenty (20) acres and either zoned for nonresidential purposes, having a special use permit, as defined under section 5-10-7 of this code, allowing nonresidential uses of the subject property or being used for nonresidential purposes and being a nonconforming use under section 5-9-2 of this code.

MISSILES: For the purposes of this section, missiles shall be any object fired or discharged from a weapon, including, but not be limited to, any bullet, shot, pellet, arrow or dart.

WEAPONS: For the purposes of this section, weapons shall be any firearm, including, but not limited to, shotguns, rifles, pistols and air guns, or any bow, crossbow, compound bow or similar device.


(B) Discharge Of Weapons:

1. It shall be unlawful for any person to fire or discharge any weapon, except for the purpose of shooting at an inanimate target or targets as hereinafter permitted.

2. It shall be unlawful for any person to fire or discharge any weapon such that the missile therefrom shall cross or land upon the real estate of another.


(C) Target Shooting, Rules And Regulations: Permits for the firing or discharging of any weapon for the purpose of shooting at an inanimate target or targets within the village may be obtained and issued under the following rules and regulations:

1. The target or targets shall be placed or arranged at least one hundred feet (100') from any adjoining property or any "equestrian trail" (as defined in section 6-2-4 of this code) for targets used for firearms and otherwise so that the missiles fired at it shall not be hazardous to property or endanger the safety of any person, animal, or the community as determined by the chief of police;

2. Applications for permits shall be made in writing with the chief of police on a form prescribed from time to time by the board of trustees;

3. Action upon an application shall be made in writing within ten (10) business days after application is made and the permit issued may contain such conditions as the chief of police deems necessary to carry out the intent of this section;

4. An applicant shall provide evidence of general liability insurance in the minimum amount of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00);

5. A fee of one hundred dollars ($100.00) shall be paid at the time of application for a new permit and a fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) shall be paid at the time of application for a renewal of an existing permit;

6. The permit must be displayed within fifty feet (50') of the location of the activity at all times the permit holder is acting under the permit issued hereunder and the village shall post all such permits on the village website;

7. The permit issued hereunder shall expire one year after the date of issuance unless sooner revoked;

8. Any permit issued hereunder may be revoked by the chief of police for a violation of this section or the terms of such permit;

9. No permit issued hereunder shall be transferred;

10. Any permit issued hereunder for institutional uses shall restrict the discharge of any firearms to the hours of between ten o'clock (10:00) A.M. and four o'clock (4:00) P.M. on Saturdays, Sundays, federal holidays and the day after Thanksgiving during the period of November 1 through March 31. Any permit issued hereunder for noninstitutional uses shall restrict the discharge of any firearms to the hours of ten o'clock (10:00) A.M. to twelve o'clock (12:00) noon on Saturdays and Sundays during the periods of May 1 through June 30 and September 1 through November 30. No firearms may be discharged within the village limits other than during such times and days; and

11. No permit shall be issued for the discharge of any firearm unless the applicant has under its ownership or control a parcel of land zoned R1.


(D) Operational Requirements: No weapon shall be discharged pursuant to any permit without providing at least twenty four (24) hours' prior notice to the village police department. No person under the age of twenty one (21) shall be allowed to fire or discharge a weapon with any detectable amount of alcohol in their body.


(E) Carrying Weapons And Missiles In Vehicles: It shall be unlawful for any person, except persons permitted by law, to have or carry any weapon in, on or under any vehicle unless such firearm is taken apart to render it incapable of being fired, or unloaded and enclosed in a case; or unless such bow, crossbow, compound bow or similar device is unstrung or enclosed in a case. Any and all missiles shall be boxed and encased.


(F) Appeal: The revocation of any permit issued hereunder may be appealed to the board of trustees by filing a notice of appeal with the village clerk within thirty (30) days after the date of revocation. (Ord. 07-19, 11-19-2007)

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8-2-6: BURGLAR, HOLDUP, EMERGENCY AND OTHER ALARM SYSTEMS; AUTOMATIC VOICE DIALING ALARMS PROHIBITED; ALARM USE RESTRICTED; FALSE ALARMS:linklink


(A) Definitions: For the purpose of this section, the following terms, phrases, words and their derivations shall have the meanings given herein:

ALARM BUSINESS: Shall include any business engaged in the activity of altering, installing, leasing, maintaining, moving, repairing, replacing, selling, or servicing an alarm system or which causes any of these activities to take place.

ALARM SYSTEM: Shall include an assembly of equipment arranged to signal the presence of a life or property threatening hazard requiring urgent attention and to which the police department or fire district is expected to respond.

ALARM USER OR USER: Shall include any person or business on whose premises an alarm system is maintained.

AUTOMATIC DIGITAL DIALING ALARM EQUIPMENT: Shall include any alarm system that has the capability of transmitting digital coded signals over existing telephone lines to a communications console in the police department.

AUTOMATIC VOICE DIALING ALARM EQUIPMENT: Shall include any alarm system that automatically sends any prerecorded verbal message over existing telephone lines to the police department.

COMMUNICATIONS CONSOLE: Shall include any terminal which receives visual or audible signals from an activated alarm system at some remote location.

FALSE ALARMS: Shall include the activation of an alarm system through mechanical failure, malfunction, improper installation, or negligence of the alarm user or alarm business requiring, requesting, or resulting in a response on the part of the police department or fire district when in fact there has been no hazard requiring urgent attention, but shall not include alarm activation caused by or through power outages, telephone line malfunctions, severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, earthquakes, or similar conditions beyond the control of the alarm user or alarm business.

INTERCONNECTION: Shall include any connection of an alarm system to a telephone line, either directly or through a mechanical device that utilizes a telephone, for the purpose of transmitting a signal upon activation of the alarm system to another telephone or communications console.

POLICE CHIEF: The chief of police of the village or his designated representative.

POLICE OR POLICE DEPARTMENT: The village police department, or any duly authorized agent thereof.

PREMISES: The area bounded by the user's property lines or boundaries.

VILLAGE: The village of Barrington Hills.


(B) Interconnection Of Alarm Systems To Police Department:

1. All alarm systems must be approved by the police chief prior to being interconnected to the communication console in the police department.

2. No automatic voice dialing alarm equipment shall be interconnected to any telephone number at the police department after December 31, 1984.

3. Within ninety (90) days after December 31, 1984, all automatic voice dialing alarm equipment interconnected to any telephone number at the police department shall be disconnected therefrom. The alarm user of each such alarm system shall be responsible for having the system disconnected. (Ord. 84-40, 11-26-1984)

4. Automatic digital dialing alarm equipment as required by the provisions of title 4 of this code shall be interconnected to the communications console in the police department subject to the approval required in subsection (B)1 of this section. (Ord. 03-17, 8-25-2003)

5. The alarm user or alarm business shall be responsible for obtaining the leased telephone line or automatic digital dialing alarm equipment between the alarm user's premises and the communications console at the police department and for furnishing, if required, any additional equipment in order to provide a signal which is compatible with the operation of the communications console at the police department.


(C) Control And Curtailment Of Signals Emitted By Alarm Systems:

1. Every alarm user or, if applicable, alarm business shall submit to the police chief the names and telephone numbers of at least two (2) other persons who can be reached at any time, day or night, and who are authorized to respond to an activated alarm system, and who may enter the premises wherein the alarm system is installed. The names, addresses and telephone numbers of the responders shall be kept current at all times by the alarm user or alarm business.

2. It shall be unlawful for the user to suffer or permit operation of any alarm system which emits sound beyond the user's premises, unless it is controlled by a timing device effective to cut off the alarm or sound emanated therefrom within a period not exceeding twenty (20) minutes after triggering thereof.


(D) Testing Of Alarm Systems: No alarm system capable of resulting in a response from the police department or fire district shall be tested or demonstrated without notification to and permission from the police department. Such a test or demonstration, without such notification and permission, shall constitute a false alarm.


(E) False Alarm:

1. The police chief shall take such action as may be appropriate under subsections (E)2, (E)3, and (E)4 of this section to eliminate false alarms, and when so required by the terms of the aforementioned subsections, order the use of such alarm system be discontinued.

2. After the police department has recorded three (3) separate false alarms from an alarm system within a calendar year, the police chief shall notify the alarm user by certified mail of such fact and require the user to submit, within fifteen (15) days after receipt of such notice, a report describing efforts to discover and eliminate the cause or causes of the false alarms. If said user, on the basis of absence from the village, or any other reasonable basis, requests an extension of time for filing the report, the police chief may extend the fifteen (15) day period for a reasonable period. If the said user fails to submit such a report within fifteen (15) days or within any such extended period, the police chief may order that use of the alarm system be discontinued, effective fifteen (15) days from the date of receipt by the user of the police chief's order.

3. In the event the police chief determines that a report submitted in accordance with subsection (B)2 of this section is unsatisfactory, or that the alarm user has failed to show by the report that he has taken or will take reasonable steps to eliminate false alarms, then the police chief may order that use of the alarm system be discontinued, effective fifteen (15) days from the date of receipt by the user of the police chief's order.

4. In the event that the police department records five (5) false alarms within a calendar year from an alarm system, the police chief may order that the user of the alarm system discontinue use of the alarm system for up to six (6) months from the date the alarm is disconnected. In the event that the police department records eight (8) false alarms within a calendar year from an alarm system, the police chief shall order that the user of the alarm system discontinue use of the alarm system for at least six (6) months, but not more than one year, from the date the alarm is disconnected.

5. Any alarm user who has, in accordance with this subsection, been ordered by the police chief to discontinue use of an alarm system may appeal the order of discontinuance to the public safety committee of the board of trustees. Notice of appeal shall be sent to the village clerk within fifteen (15) days after the date of the order of discontinuance. Thereafter, the committee shall consider the merits of the appeal, and in connection therewith, shall hear evidence presented by all interested parties. After hearing such evidence, the committee shall recommend that the board affirm, vacate or modify the order of discontinuance. Thereafter, the board shall act on the committee's recommendation.


(F) Penalties: The following acts and omissions shall constitute violations of this section punishable by fines of up to five hundred dollars ($500.00):

1. Failure to disconnect an automatic voice dialing device from any telephone number at the Police Department within ninety (90) days after December 31, 1984;

2. Interconnection of an automatic voice dialing device to any telephone number at the Police Department after December 31, 1984;

3. Failure to comply with the requirements of subsection (C) 2 (control and curtailment of signals emitted by alarm systems);

4. Failure to obey an order of the Police Chief to discontinue use of an alarm system, after exhaustion of the right of appeal.

Each day during which any of the aforesaid violations continue shall constitute a separate offense. (Ord. 84-40, 11-26-84)

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8-2-6-1: MONITORING FEE FOR ALARM INTERCONNECTION:linklink


(A) Fee: There is established and shall be assessed a fee for monitoring alarm interconnections to the Village Police Department. This fee shall be in the amount of five dollars ($5.00) per month for every subscriber interconnector.


(B) Collection: The fee shall be collected by the alarm monitoring panel contractor along with the contractor's monthly subscription charge. The amounts collected by the contractor on behalf of the Village shall be remitted to the Village quarterly for deposit in the general fund. (Ord. 84-41, 11-26-84)

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8-2-7: VAGRANCY:linklink

It shall be unlawful for any person to have the status of a "vagrant". The following persons shall be deemed vagrants:


(A) No Lawful Means of Support: Any person having no lawful means of employment and having no lawful means of support realized solely from lawful occupations or sources; or, any person who lives idly and without visible means of support.


(B) Loitering: Any person found loitering or strolling in, about or upon any public highway, street or public place, or any public gathering or assembly, or in or around any business or commercial establishment, or on any private property or place without lawful business; or conducting himself in a lewd, wanton or lascivious manner in speech or behavior.


(C) Burglars' Tools: Any person upon whose person or in whose possession shall be found any instrument, tool or other implement for picking locks or pockets, or any implement that is usually employed or that reasonably may be inferred to have been designed to be employed in the commission of any felony, misdemeanor or the violation of any Village ordinance, and who shall fail to account satisfactorily for the possession of the same.


(D) Unlawful Occupancy: Any person wandering abroad and occupying, lodging or sleeping in any vacant or unoccupied barn, garage, shed, shop or other building or structure, or in any automobile, truck, railroad car or other vehicle, without owning the same or without permission of the owner or person entitled to the possession of the same, or sleeping in any vacant lot during the hours of darkness and not giving a satisfactory account of himself.


(E) Abroad at Unusual Hours: Any person who wanders about the streets, alleys or other public ways or places, or who is found abroad at late or unusual hours in the night without any visible or lawful business and not giving a satisfactory account of himself. (Ord. 63-3, 5-27-63)

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8-2-8: POSSESSION, USE AND DELIVERY OF CANNABIS:linklink


(A) Definitions.

1. "Cannabis" includes marihuana, hashish and other substances which are identified as including any parts of the plant Cannabis Sativa, whether growing or not; the seeds thereof, the resin extracted from any part of such plant; and any compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such plant, its seeds or resin, including tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and all other cannabinol derivatives, including its naturally occurring or synthetically produced ingredients, whether produced directly or indirectly by extraction, or independently by means of chemical synthesis; but shall not include the mature stalks of such plant, fiber produced from such stalks, oil or cake made from the seeds of such plant, any other compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such mature stalks (except the resin extracted therefrom), fiber, oil or cake, or the sterilized seed of such plant which is incapable of germination.

2. "Deliver" or "delivery" means the actual constructive or attempted transfer of possession of cannabis, with or without consideration, whether or not there is an agency or relationship.


(B) Possession, Use or Delivery Unlawful. It shall be unlawful for any person knowingly to possess, use or deliver any substance containing cannabis. This section shall apply only to possession, use or delivery of such substance in an amount not exceeding thirty (30) grams.


(C) Penalty. Any person who violates this section shall be fined not less than fifty dollars ($50.00) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500.00). (Ord. 84-26, 9-24-84)

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8-2-9: VANDALISM:linklink


(A) Definitions: For the purposes of this Section, the following definitions shall apply:

PERSON shall include any individual, firm, partnership, association, corporation, company or organization of any kind.

PROPERTY shall include any real estate including improvements thereon, and tangible personalty.

LEGAL GUARDIAN shall include a person appointed guardian, or given custody, of a minor by a circuit court of this State, but does not include a person appointed guardian, or given custody of a minor under the Illinois Juvenile Court Act.

MINOR shall be a person who has attained eleven (11) years of age but who has not yet reached eighteen (18) years of age.


(B) Offenses: Within the corporate limits of the Village no person shall:

1. Knowingly or recklessly damage any property of another person without his consent; or

2. Knowingly and without authority enter into or obtain control over any motor vehicle, bicycle, aircraft or water craft or any part thereof of another person without his consent.


(C) Liability of Parent or Legal Guardian of Minor Offender: The parent or legal guardian of a minor defendant who resides with such parent or legal guardian shall be liable for any fine or condition of restitution or reparation imposed by a court upon a minor for violation of this Section, provided that said minor has not paid said fine or made restitution or reparation within the time ordered by the court, and further provided that said parent or legal guardian has been served with summons or notice to appear in the original cause and all proceedings thereafter as provided by law.


(D) Penalty: Every person found guilty of an offense under this Section shall be subject to either or both of the following penalties:

1. A fine as provided in Section 1-4-1 of this Village Code;

2. A period of conditional discharge not to exceed one year.

a. The conditions of a conditional discharge shall include that the defendant:

(1) Not violate any criminal Statute or quasi-criminal ordinance of any jurisdiction; and

(2) Report to and appear in person before such person or agency as directed by the court.

b. The conditions of conditional discharge may, in addition, require that the defendant:

(1) Work or pursue a course of study or vocational training;

(2) Undergo medical or psychiatric treatment, or treatment for drug addiction or alcoholism;

(3) Make restitution or reparation in an amount not to exceed actual loss or damage to property and pecuniary loss; and

(4) If a minor, to reside with his parent or in a foster home; attend school; attend a nonresidential program for youth; or contribute to his own support at home or in a foster home.

c. When a court orders restitution or reparation as a condition for a conditional discharge, the court shall determine the amount and conditions of payment. Where the conditions of payment have not been satisfied, the court, at any time prior to the expiration or termination of the period of conditional discharge may impose an additional period of not more than two (2) years. Only the conditions of payment shall continue to apply during such additional period. The court shall retain all of the incidents of the original sentence, including the authority to modify or enlarge the original conditions and to revoke the penalty of conditional discharge if the conditions of payment are violated during such additional period.

d. When a petition is filed charging a violation of a condition imposed for conditional discharge, the court:

(1) May order a summons to the offender to appear; or order a warrant for the offender's arrest where there is danger of his fleeing the jurisdiction or causing serious harm to others or when the offender fails to answer a summons.

The issuance of such warrant or summons shall toll the sentence of conditional discharge until the final determination of the charge, and the term of conditional discharge shall not run so long as the offender has not answered the summons or warrant.

(2) Shall conduct a hearing of the alleged violation. The court may admit the offender to bail pending the hearing.

(3) Shall receive evidence in open court with the right of confrontation, cross-examination and representation by counsel. The Village has the burden of going forward with the evidence and proving the violation by the preponderance of the evidence.

(4) Shall not revoke a conditional discharge for failure to comply with the conditions of a sentence which imposes financial obligations upon the offender unless such failure is due to his wilful refusal to pay.

(5) May modify the conditions of a conditional discharge on motion of the Village or on its own motion or at the request of the offender after notice to all parties and a hearing.

e. If the court finds that the offender has violated a condition at any time prior to the expiration or termination of the period, it may continue the offender on the existing period, with or without modifying or enlarging the conditions, or may impose any other penalty that was available at the time of the initial imposition of penalty.

f. A judgment revoking probation or conditional discharge is a final appealable order. (Ord. 77-5, 2-28-77)

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8-2-10: CURFEW:linklink


(A) No person less than seventeen (17) years of age shall be present at or upon any public assembly, building, place, street or highway at the following times unless accompanied and supervised by a parent, legal guardian or other responsible companion at least eighteen (18) years of age approved by a parent or legal guardian or unless engaged in a business or occupation which the laws of this State authorize a person less than seventeen (17) years of age to perform:

1. Between 12:01 A.M. and 6:00 A.M. Saturday;

2. Between 12:01 A.M. and 6:00 A.M. Sunday; and

3. Between 11:00 P.M. on Sunday to Thursday, inclusive, and 6:00 A.M. on the following day.

(B) No parent, legal guardian or other person shall knowingly permit a person in his custody or control to violate subparagraph (A) of this Section.

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8-2-11: GARAGE AND SIMILAR SALES:linklink

No person shall conduct a garage sale or other similar sale on more than two (2) consecutive days. It shall also be unlawful to have more than two (2) garage sales or similar sales at the same address per year while the land is vested in the same ownership. (Ord. 86-3, 2-24-86)
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8-2-12: INJURING PROPERTY:linklink

It shall be unlawful for any person to wilfully, maliciously, wantonly, negligently or otherwise, tamper with, injure, deface, destroy or remove real property or improvements thereto or any sign, notice, marker, topographical survey monument, or any other personal property belonging to the Village. (Ord. 62-4, 6-25-62)
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8-2-13: FIREWORKS:linklink


(A) Except as hereinafter provided it shall be unlawful for any person, firm, co-partnership, corporation, club, group, association or organization to offer for sale, expose for sale, sell at retail, or use or explode any fireworks.


(B) Permits for public displays of fireworks within the Village may be obtained and issued under the following rules and regulations:

1. Every such fireworks display shall be handled by an individual who is designated as competent by the Chief of Police of this Village.

2. That no individual be designated as competent unless he is in the employ of an outside fireworks display firm, or unless he is recognized as an independent contractor engaged in handling fireworks displays for other municipalities, organizations, or persons on a remunerated basis.

3. The fireworks displayed shall be of such a character and shall be so located, fired or discharged as not to be hazardous to property or to endanger the safety of any person or persons or to the community.

4. Applications for permits shall be made in writing at least fifteen (15) days in advance of the date of the display.

5. Action upon an application shall be taken within forty eight (48) hours after application is made.

6. No permit granted hereunder shall be transferable.

7. Applications for public display of fireworks may be made by any public, civic, charitable or private organizations or by a group of three (3) or more adult individuals.

8. Appropriate proof of or a certificate of insurance covering the Village and others shall be presented to the Police Chief in the amount of at least five million dollars ($5,000,000.00) and a hold harmless clause in favor of the Village shall be presented prior to granting any permit.

9. The term "fireworks" shall be defined as in Ill. Rev. Stat., ch. 1271/2, section 127. (Ord. 78-19, 12-18-78)

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8-2-14: ASSAULT:linklink

A person commits an assault when, without lawful authority, he engages in conduct which places another in reasonable apprehension of receiving a battery.
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8-2-15: BATTERY:linklink

A person commits battery if he intentionally or knowingly without legal justification and by means,

1. Causes bodily harm to an individual or

2. Makes physical contact of an insulting or provoking nature with an individual. (Ord. 79-16, 8-27-79)

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8-2-16: DRUG PARAPHERNALIA CONTROL ACT ADOPTED BY REFERENCE:linklink

720 Illinois Compiled Statutes 600/1 et seq., prohibiting the possession, delivery and sale of drug paraphernalia, is adopted by reference, subject to such deletions and additions as may be provided hereinafter. (Ord. 84-27, 9-24-84)
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8-2-17: TOBACCO ACCESSORIES AND SMOKING HERBS CONTROL ACT ADOPTED BY REFERENCE:linklink

720 Illinois Compiled Statutes 685/1 et seq., prohibiting the sale or delivery of tobacco accessories or smoking herbs to minors, is adopted by reference, subject to such deletions and additions as may be provided hereinafter. (Ord. 84-28, 9-24-84)
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8-2-18: DISORDERLY CONDUCT:linklink

A person commits disorderly conduct when he knowingly:


(A) Does any act in such unreasonable manner as to alarm or disturb another and to provide a breach of peace; or


(B) Transmits in any manner to the fire department of any city, town, village or fire protection district a false alarm of fire, knowing at the time of such transmission that there is no reasonable ground for believing that such fire exists; or


(C) Transmits in any manner to another a false alarm to the effect that a bomb or other explosive of any nature is concealed in such place that its explosion would endanger human life, knowing at the time of such transmission that there is no reasonable ground for believing that such bomb explosive is concealed in such place; or


(D) Transmits in any manner to any peace officer, public officer or public employee a report to the effect that an offense has been committed, knowing at the time of such transmission that there is no reasonable ground for believing that such an offense has been committed; or


(E) Enters upon the property of another and for a lewd or unlawful purpose deliberately looks into a dwelling on the property through any window or other opening in it. (Ord. 86-3, 2-24-86)


(F) Permits any animal under his ownership or control to become a Stray Animal (as such term is defined in Section 8-4-1 of this Title). (Ord. 93-9, 9-27-93)

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8-2-19: RECKLESS CONDUCT:linklink

A person who causes bodily harm to or endangers the bodily safety of an individual by any means, commits reckless conduct if he performs recklessly the acts which cause the harm or endanger safety, whether they otherwise are lawful or unlawful.
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8-2-20: THEFT:linklink

A person commits a theft when he knowingly:


(A) Obtains or exerts unauthorized control over property of the owner; or


(B) Obtains by deception control over property of the owner; or


(C) Obtains by threat control over property of the owner; or


(D) Obtains control over stolen property knowing the property to have been stolen; or under such circumstances as would reasonably induce him to believe that the property was stolen, and

1. Intends to deprive the owner permanently of the use or benefit of the property, or

2. Knowingly uses, conceals or abandons the property in such manner as to deprive the owner permanently of such use or benefit; or

3. Uses, conceals, or abandons the property knowing such use, concealment or abandonment probably will deprive the owner permanently of such use or benefit. (Ord. 86-3, 2-24-86)


(E) Definitions: The provisions of 720 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/15-1 entitled "definitions", and any amendments, deletions or additions thereto, are adopted by reference herein as though fully set forth.

PROPERTY: Shall include among other things such recyclable material as glass, paper, plastic and metal deposited for collection by a licensed scavenger who is authorized by the owners of the material to collect same.

SCAVENGER, LICENSED: A person licensed by the village to collect or remove recyclable material or refuse. (Ord. 90-19, 8-27-1990)

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8-2-21: CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY:linklink

A person commits the offense of criminal damage to property when he:


(A) Knowingly damages any property of another without his consent; or


(B) Recklessly, by means of fire or explosive, damages property of another; or


(C) Knowingly starts a fire on the land of another without his consent; or


(D) Knowingly injures a domestic animal of another without his consent; or


(E) Knowingly deposits on the land or in the building of another, without his consent, any stink bomb or any offensive smelling compound and thereby intends to interfere with the use by another of the land or building.


(F) Knowingly damages the property of another without his consent by defacing, deforming or otherwise damaging such property by the use of paint or any other similar substance. (Ord. 86-3, 2-24-1986)

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8-2-22: CRIMINAL TRESPASS TO VEHICLES:linklink

No person shall knowingly and without authority enter any part of or operate any vehicle, aircraft, watercraft, or snowmobile of another person. (Ord. 86-3, 2-24-1986)
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8-2-23: CRIMINAL TRESPASS TO LAND:linklink


(A) No person shall enter upon the land or any part thereof of another, after receiving, immediately prior to such entry, notice from the owner or occupant that such entry is forbidden, or shall remain upon the land of another after receiving notice from the owner or occupant to depart.


(B) A person has received notice from the owner or occupant within the meaning of subsection (A) of this section if he has been notified personally, either orally or in writing, or if a printed or written notice forbidding such entry has been conspicuously posted or exhibited at the main entrance to such land or the forbidden part thereof.


(C) A "No Solicitation" or "No Trespass" sign posted in accordance with subsection 5-5-11(A)1d of this code shall constitute notice for purposes of subsections (A) and (B) of this section. (Ord. 88-1, 1-25-1988)

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8-2-24: RESISTING OR OBSTRUCTING A PEACE OFFICER:linklink

No person shall knowingly resist or obstruct the performance by one known to the person to be a peace officer of any authorized act within his official capacity. (Ord. 86-3, 2-24-1986)
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8-2-25: TRANSMISSION OF HARASSING AND OBSCENE MESSAGES:linklink


(A) No person shall send messages or use language or terms which are obscene, lewd or immoral with intent to offend by means of or while using a telephone or telegraph facilities, equipment or wires of any person, firm or corporation engaged in the transmission of news or messages between states or within the state of Illinois. The use of language or terms which are obscene, lewd or immoral is prima facie evidence of the intent to offend.


(B) A person commits the offense of harassment by telephone when he uses a telephone communication for any of the following purposes:

1. Making any comment, request, suggestion or proposal which is obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent with an intent to offend; or

2. Making a telephone call, whether or not conversation ensues, with intent to abuse, threaten or harass any person at the called number; or

3. Making or causing the telephone of another repeatedly to ring, with intent to harass any person at the called number; or

4. Making repeated telephone calls, during which conversation ensues, solely to harass any person at the called number; or

5. Knowingly permitting any telephone under one's control to be used for any of the purposes mentioned herein.


(C) A person commits harassment through electronic communications when he or she uses electronic communication for any of the following purposes:

1. Making any comment, request, suggestion or proposal which is obscene with an intent to offend; or

2. Interrupting, with the intent to harass, the telephone service or the electronic communication service of any person; or

3. Transmitting to any person, with the intent to harass and regardless of whether the communication is read in its entirety or at all, any file, document, or other communication which prevents that person from using his or her telephone service or electronic communications device; or

4. Transmitting an electronic communication or knowingly inducing a person to transmit an electronic communication for the purpose of harassing another person who is under thirteen (13) years of age, regardless of whether the person under thirteen (13) years of age consents to the harassment, if the defendant is at least sixteen (16) years of age at the time of the commission of the offense; or

5. Threatening injury to the person or to the property of the person to whom an electronic communication is directed or to any of his or her family or household members; or

6. Knowingly permitting any electronic communications device to be used for any of the purposes mentioned in this subsection (C). (Ord. 14-13, 8-26-2014)

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8-2-26: CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINQUENCY OF A MINOR:linklink

No person shall knowingly or wilfully cause, aid or encourage any minor to be or to become a delinquent minor, or shall knowingly or wilfully act in a manner which directly tends to render any such minor so delinquent. (Ord. 86-3, 2-24-1986)
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