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Criminal offenses

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Criminal Offences and Charges

(a) Charges not otherwise defined

  1. The following acts which are illegal are defined below. Charge times are also provided. For complex charge situations, reference should be made to the further subsections of this act.
  2. Aiding and Abetting - 15 Mins - Assisting criminals in their crimes 
  3. Assault / Mugging - 40 Minutes and $100 fine - Punching, hurting or threatening violence in order to force the victim to give you items or money
  4. Filling False Reports - 2.5 Minutes - The act of filing a factually incorrect police report either verbally or on 311/911
  5. Impersonating a Police Officer - 12 Minutes - Wearing Police Clothing, or attempting to conduct activities of the CLPD
  6. Killing a Police Dog - 12 Minutes - The act of killing a dog belonging to a CLPD Officer
  7. Theft - 10 Minutes - The act of stealing, charged per item
  8. Theft (Civilian Vehicle) - 7.5 Minutes - The act of stealing a vehicle belonging to a civilian
  9. Threatening Behavior - 5-25 Minutes - The act of acting in a threatening manner, depending on the severity of the threat
  10. Bribing Police - 5 Minutes - The act of trying to offer goods for a particular outcome by the Police, per attempt 
  11. Destruction of Property - Remuneration of property destroyed
  12. Interfering with police business - $250 fine 
  13. Trespassing - $250 fine 

(b) Murder

  1. Murder is the act of killing a citizen, animal or AI.
  2. Attempted Murder is the act of trying - but failing to kill - a citizen, animal or AI.
  3. If you are found guilty of c Murder you will be charged with.
    Murder - 120 Minutes
    Attempted Murder - 90 Minutes

(c) Robbery

  1. If you attempt to rob an establishment, armed or otherwise.
  2. Although robbery does not merit lethal force, police will use aggressive and effective methods to try and stop you, in the event that you flee the scene.
  3. Robbery includes, entering a shop to steal from the cash register, or safe, entering the bank and stealing the money from the safe/vault, or mugging someone in the street.

(c1) Bank Robbery

  1. BANK ATM ROBBERY: 1.5 hours FLAT RATE + any other illegal items/charges
  2. BANK ROBBERY:
    First Offence 1 hour FLAT RATE + any other illegal items/charges
    Second Offence 2.5 hours FLAT RATE + any other illegal items/charges
    Third Offence 5 hours FLAT RATE + any other illegal items/charges
  3. VAULT THEFT: 5 minutes FLAT RATE for each item stolen from safety deposit box
  4. MONEY THEFT: 5 Minutes FLAT RATE for every $50,000 found on your person

(d2) ATM Robbery

 

  1. 45 minutes FLAT RATE + any other illegal items/charges

(d)

(d3) Armed Robbery

  1. Any person using Munitions to commit robbery will also be charged with Armed Robbery

(e) Attempted suicide

  1. If you attempt and fail to commit suicide, your mental stability will be assessed by a psychiatrist.
    If you are deemed mentally unfit, you may be sectioned and detained further.
  2. If Citizens are found to breach of e Attempted suicide, they can be charged with:
    Suicide - 15 Minutes

(f) Disorderly conduct

A person commits the offence of disorderly conduct if, with the purpose to cause public inconvenience, annoyance, or alarm or recklessly creating a risk of public inconvenience, annoyance, or alarm, he or she:

  1. Engages in fighting or in violent, threatening, or tumultuous behaviour;
  2. Makes unreasonable or excessive noise;
  3. In a public place, uses abusive or obscene language, or makes an obscene gesture, in a manner likely to provoke a violent or disorderly response;
  4. Disrupts or disturbs any lawful assembly or meeting of persons;
  5. Obstructs vehicular or pedestrian traffic;
  6. Congregates with two (2) or more other persons in a public place and refuses to comply with a lawful order to disperse of a law enforcement officer or other person engaged in enforcing or executing the law;
  7. Creates a hazardous or physically offensive condition;
  8. In a public place, marks, defiles, desecrates or otherwise damages a patriotic or religious symbol that is an object of respect by the public or a substantial segment of the public.

(g) Harassment

 A person commits the offence of harassment if, with a purpose to harass, annoy, or alarm another person, without good cause, he or she:

  1. Strikes, shoves, kicks, or otherwise touches a person, subjects that person to offensive physical contact or attempts or threatens to do so;
  2. In a public place, directs obscene language or makes an obscene gesture to or at another person in a manner likely to provoke a violent or disorderly response;
  3. Follows a person in or about a public place;
  4. In a public place repeatedly insults, taunts, or challenges another person in a manner likely to provoke a violent or disorderly response;
  5. Engages in conduct or repeatedly commits an act that alarms or seriously annoys another person and that serves no legitimate purpose; or
  6. Places a person under surveillance by remaining present outside that person's school, place of employment, vehicle, other place occupied by that person, or residence, other than the residence of the defendant, for no purpose other than to harass, alarm, or annoy.
  7. It is an affirmative defence to prosecution under this section if the actor is a law enforcement officer, licensed private investigator, attorney, process server, licensed bail bondsman, or a store detective acting within the reasonable scope of his or her duty while conducting surveillance on an official work assignment.

(h) Harassing Communications

A person commits the offence of harassing communications if, with the purpose to harass, annoy, or alarm another person, the person:

  1. Communicates with a person, anonymously or otherwise, by telephone, telegraph, mail, or any other form of written communication, in a manner likely to harass, annoy or cause alarm;

(i) Fleeing

  1. If a person knows that his or her immediate arrest or detention is being attempted by a duly authorized law enforcement officer, it is the lawful duty of the person to refrain from fleeing, either on foot or by means of any vehicle or conveyance.
  2. Fleeing is a separate offence and is not considered a lesser included offence or component offence in relation to other offences which may occur simultaneously with the fleeing.

(j) Obedience to police officers required.

No person shall willfully fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order or direction of any police officer. This is required even though you have not broken a law or committed any OFFENCE. you must Comply Police Orders.

  1. If you fail to comply, you will be arrested and charged with failure to comply

(k) Association of Crime.

 

  1. If individuals are associated with crime, be it within groups or known gangs, they are liable to be charged as one, acting together.
  2. Jail time is subject to an offence committed. Also, it is the official job to show evidence that link's the number of persons to the crime otherwise no arrest can be made.
  3. This applies to criminal offences when multiple people are acting together as one, it cannot be applied to a passenger where a traffic offence has been committed. Evidence of the said association must be recorded by the CLPD.

(l) Hostage Taking & Kidnapping

1. Hostage taking, an act of abducting someone and holding them captive. 2. Kidnapping is a separate change and defined as the act of seizing or holding a person as security for the fulfilment of a condition.

(m) Jailbreak and Escaping from custody

  1. Is escaping from jail.
    Be it assisted or otherwise.
  2. If caught, you will serve your time in full again with the addition of an additional 30 minute Jailbreak charge.
  3. If you escape from custody, you will be charged for Escaping Custody - 20 Minutes

(n) Burglary

Burglary is an illegal entry into a building for the purposes of committing an offence. 2. If you commit burglary, you will be charged with:

  1. Burglary - 10 minutes

(o) Sharks and Turtles

Sharks and Turtles are illegal items

  1. Unprocessed: 3 minute charge
  2. Processed: 6 minute charge

 

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