Village of Clyman, WI
Dodge County
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[Adopted as Title 11, Ch. 1, of the 1998 Village Code of Ordinances]

§ 311-1 Offenses against state laws subject to forfeiture.

The following statutes defining offenses against the peace and good order of the state are adopted by reference to define offenses against the peace and good order of the Village of Clyman. With the exception of § 938.342, Wis. Stats., the penalty for commission of such offenses hereunder shall be limited to a forfeiture imposed under the general penalty provisions of this Code.[1] Any future amendments, revisions or modifications of the statutes incorporated herein by reference are intended to be made part of this Code. The penalty for truancy and high school dropouts shall be governed by the provisions of § 938.342, Wis. Stats., as adopted herein.
118.07
Safety Requirements
118.08
School Zones; Crossings
118.09
Safety Zones
118.10
School Safety Patrols
118.105
Control of Traffic on School Premises
118.11
School Fences
118.123
Reports and Records
118.163
Truancy and School Dropout Violations
134.65
Cigarette and Tobacco Products Retailer License
134.66
Restrictions on Sale or Gift of Cigarettes or Tobacco Products
167.10
Fireworks Regulated
173.10
Investigation of Animal Cruelty Complaints
173.24
Reimbursement for Expenses
175.25
Illegal Storage of Junked Vehicles
254.76
Careless Smoking
938.125
Jurisdiction — Juveniles Alleged to Have Violated Civil Laws or Ordinances
938.17
Jurisdiction — Juveniles — Traffic, Boating, Snowmobile and All-Terrain Vehicle Violations and Over Civil Law and Ordinance Violations
938.342
Disposition — Truancy and School Dropout Ordinance Violations
938.343
Disposition — Juvenile Adjudged to Have Violated a Civil Law or an Ordinance
938.344
Disposition — Certain Intoxicating Liquor, Beer and Drug Violations
938.345
Disposition — Juvenile Adjudged in Need of Protection or Services
939.05(2)(b)
Aiding and Abetting
939.22
Words and Phrases Defined
940.19(1)
Battery
940.291
Failure of a Police Officer to Render Aid
940.42
Misdemeanor Intimidation of Witness's
940.44
Intimidation of Victims
941.01
Negligent Operation of a Vehicle
941.10
Negligent Handling of Burning Materials
941.12(2),(3)
Interfering With or Failing to Assist in Firefighting
941.13
False Alarms and Interference with Firefighting
941.20(1)
Reckless Use of Weapon
941.23
Carrying Concealed Weapon
941.235
Carrying a Firearm in a Public Building
941.24
Possession of Switchblade Knife
941.35
Emergency Telephone Calls
941.36
Fraudulent Tapping of Electric Wires or Gas or Water Meters or Pipes
941.37(1),(2)
Obstructing Emergency or Rescue Personnel
942.01
Defamation
942.03
Giving False Information for Publication
942.05
Opening Letters
943.01(1)
Criminal Damage to Property
943.11
Entry Into Locked Vehicle
943.125
Entry Into Locked Coin Box
943.13
Trespass to Land
943.14
Trespass to Dwellings
943.145
Criminal Trespass to a Medical Facility
943.15
Entry Into Locked Site
943.20(3)(a)
Theft of Property
943.21(3)(a)
Fraud on Innkeeper
943.22
Cheating Tokens
943.23(1)(4)(5)
Operating Vehicle Without Owner's Consent
943.24
I.O.W.C.
943.34(1)(a)
Receiving Stolen Property
943.37
Alteration of Property Identification Marks
943.38(3)
Forgery
943.41
Credit Card Crimes
943.46
Theft of Cable Services
943.50(1) to (3), (4)(a)
Retail Theft
943.55
Removal of a Shopping Cart
943.70
Computer Theft
944.15
Fornication
944.17
Sexual Gratification
944.20
Lewd and Lascivious Behavior
944.21
Obscene Material or Performance
944.23
Making Lewd, Obscene or Indecent Drawings
944.30
Prostitution
944.31
Patronizing Prostitutes
944.33
Pandering
944.36
Solicitation of Drinks Prohibited
945.01
Definitions Relating to Gambling
945.02
Gambling
945.04
Permitting Premises to be Used for Commercial Gambling
946.40
Refusing to Aid Officer
946.41
Resisting or Obstructing Officer
946.42(2)
Escape
946.46
Encouraging Violation of Probation or Parole
946.69
Falsely Assuming to Act as Public Officer or Employee
946.70
Impersonating Peace Officer
946.72(2)
Tampering with Public Records and Notices
947.01
Disorderly Conduct
947.012
Unlawful Use of Telephone
947.013
Harassment
947.06
Unlawful Assemblies
948.01
Definitions Relating to Crimes Against Children
948.09
Sexual Intercourse With a Child Age 16 or Older
948.10
Exposing a Sex Organ
948.11(1)(b), (2)(b)
Exposing a Child to Harmful Material
948.21
Neglecting a Child
948.40
Contributing to the Delinquency of a Child
948.50
Strip Search by School Employee
948.51(1), (2), (3)(a)
Hazing
948.60
Possession of a Dangerous Weapon by a Child
948.61(1), (2)
Dangerous Weapons on School Premises
948.63
Receiving Property From a Child
951.01
Definitions Relating to Crimes Against Animals
951.015
Construction and Application
951.02
Mistreating Animals
951.03
Dognapping or Catnapping
951.04
Leading Animal from Motor Vehicle
951.05
Transportation of Animals
951.06
Use of Poisonous and Controlled Substances
951.07
Use of Certain Devices Prohibited
951.08
Instigating Fights Between Animals
951.09
Shooting at Caged or Staked Animals
951.10
Sale of Baby Rabbits, Chicks and Other Fowl
951.11
Artificially Colored Animals; Sale
951.13
Providing Proper Food and Drink to Confined Animals
951.14
Providing Proper Shelter
951.15
Animals; Neglected or Abandoned; Police Powers
961.01 to 961.61
Uniform Controlled Substances Act
[1]
Editor's Note: See § 1-3, General penalty.

§ 311-2 Violations and penalties; attempt; parties to acts.

A. 
Penalty. In addition to the general penalty provisions of this Code in § 1-3 or any other penalty imposed for violation of any section of this chapter, any person who shall cause physical damage to or destroy any public property shall be liable for the cost of replacing or repairing such damaged or destroyed property. The parent or parents of any unemancipated juvenile who violates § 311-18 may also be held liable for the cost of replacing or repairing such damaged or destroyed property in accordance with the Wisconsin Statutes. Nothing in this Code shall prevent law enforcement officers from referring violations of the provisions of this chapter to the District Attorney's office in the interest of justice.
B. 
Attempt.
(1) 
Whoever attempts to commit an act prohibited by this chapter of the Code of the Village of Clyman may be required to forfeit amounts not to exceed 1/2 the maximum penalty for the completed act.
(2) 
An attempt to commit an act prohibited by this chapter requires that the actor have an intent to perform acts and attain a result which, if accomplished, would constitute a violation of these ordinances and that he/she does acts towards the commission of the violation which demonstrate unequivocally, under all the circumstances, that he/she formed that intent and would commit the violation except for the intervention of another person or some other extraneous factor.
C. 
Parties to prohibited acts.
(1) 
Whoever is concerned in the commission of an act prohibited by this chapter, is a principle and may be charged with and convicted of the commission of said act although he/she did not directly commit it and although the person who directly committed it has not been convicted or has been convicted of some other act prohibited by this chapter.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
(2) 
A person is concerned in the commission of an act prohibited by this chapter if he/she:
(a) 
Directly commits the act; or
(b) 
Intentionally aids and abets the commission of it; or
(c) 
Is a party to a conspiracy with another to commit it or advises, hires, counsels, or otherwise procures another to commit it. Such party is also concerned in the commission of any other act which is committed in pursuance of the intended violation and which, under the circumstances, is the natural and probable consequence of the intended violation. This subsection does not apply to a person who voluntarily changes his/her mind and no longer desires that the act be committed and notifies the other parties concerned of his/her withdrawal within a reasonable time before the commission of the violation so as to allow the others also to withdraw.