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A person is guilty of disorderly conduct if he or she:

A. Uses abusive, vulgar, profane, obscene or indecent language, or conducts himself or herself in an indecent manner, when such language or conduct intentionally creates a risk of assault; or

B. Intentionally disrupts any lawful assembly or meeting of persons without lawful authority; or

C. Intentionally obstructs vehicular or pedestrian traffic on streets or sidewalks without lawful authority; or

D. Fights or quarrels in a public place; or

E. Urinates or defecates in any public place other than a wash room or toilet; or

F. Suffers or permits in any building or place owned by him or her or under his or her control riotous or disorderly conduct or drunkenness or fighting to the annoyance of the public; or

G. Hitches or ties any animal or thing to, or obstructs, injures, connects with or opens, any fire hydrant in the City without a permit from the Chief of the Fire Department or other municipal officer; or

H. Drives or rides a horse or horses or other livestock in the City in such a manner as to endanger or to be likely to endanger any person or property, or drives or rides a horse or horses or other livestock upon any sidewalk in the city, except across a sidewalk on a street; or

I. Removes, destroys, tears down or defaces, either in whole or in part, or marks or writes upon, changes, obliterates or mars, or in any manner alters or changes the writing, printing or signature, or any part of the writing, printing or signature, upon any bulletin, legal notice or advertisement, poster or paper writing of the City lawfully posted or placed in the City, unless such person be an officer or employee of the City and is duly authorized to perform such acts. (Ord. 1763, 1994)