[Adopted 1-12-1976; amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I)]
The provisions of the following sections of the Wisconsin Statutes are adopted and by reference made a part of this article as if fully set forth herein. A violation of any such provisions shall constitute a violation of this article.
Section 939.05, Aiding and abetting any of such listed offenses.
Section 939.32(1) and (3), Attempted theft.
Section 940.19(1), Battery.
Section 941.01(1), Negligent operation of vehicle off highway.
Section 941.23, Carrying a concealed weapon.
Section 943.01(1), Criminal damage of property up to $2,500.
Section 943.13, Trespass to land.
Section 943.14, Criminal trespass to dwellings.
Section 943.145, Criminal trespass to a medical facility.
Section 943.20, Theft of property up to $2,500 in value.
Section 943.21, Fraud on hotel or restaurant keeper.
Section 943.24, Issue of worthless check of not more than $2,500.
Section 943.41, Fraudulent use of credit cards where value of property or services does not exceed $2,500.
Section 943.50, Shoplifting.
Section 946.41, Resisting or obstructing an officer.
Section 947.01, Disorderly conduct.
Section 947.012, Unlawful use of telephone.
Section 947.0125, Unlawful use of computerized communication systems.
Sections 961.01(14) [subject to § 961.41(3g) (e) and (em)], possession of marijuana and synthetic cannabinoids.
Section 941.235, Carrying a firearm in public building.
No person shall, within the Village, in any public or private place, engage in violent, abusive, indecent, profane, boisterous, unreasonably loud or other disorderly conduct which tends to cause or provoke an immediate disturbance of public order or tends to disturb or annoy any other person or persons.
Any person who shall violate any provision of this article or any rule or regulation made under this article shall be subject to a penalty as provided in § 1-16 of this Code.
In cases where § 943.24 or 943.50, Wis. Stats., is violated, the Municipal Judge may, in addition to any forfeiture, order the violator to pay as restitution to the victim an amount equal to the pecuniary loss caused by the offense.