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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 15.83 Division V Offenses Against the Motor Vehicles of Others

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DIVISION V. OFFENSES AGAINST PROPERTY

Chapter 15.83
Offenses Against the Motor Vehicles of Others

Sections:

15.83.010 Vandalizing or forcing entry into vehicle.
15.83.020 Removal of items from vehicle.
15.83.030 Notice to victim.
15.83.040 Jurisdiction.
15.83.050 Penalty for violation.

15.83.010 Vandalizing or forcing entry into vehicle.

No person shall vandalize, deface, attempt to forcibly enter, forcibly enter, enter or damage the motor vehicle of another without permission of the owner.
(Ord. No. 68598, 1, 3-16-2010.)

15.83.020 Removal of items from vehicle.

No person shall steal, remove or take any item from the motor vehicle of another without permission of the owner.
(Ord. No. 68598, 2, 3-16-2010.)

15.83.030 Notice to victim.

For offenses under this chapter, the City Counselor shall inform the victim of the pending charges and provide that victim an opportunity to be heard in the Municipal Courts for the City of St. Louis on that matter.
(Ord. No. 68598, 3, 3-16-2010.)

15.83.040 Jurisdiction.

The City Court shall not have jurisdiction under this chapter where the charged person has any prior felony convictions (including any form of probation sentence) or any prior convictions for any stealing or property damage related offenses, or has been charged previously under this chapter unless charges against such persons have been first referred by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department directly to the Circuit Attorney and the Circuit Attorney has refused prosecution on the charges.
(Ord. No. 68598, 4, 3-16-2010.)

15.83.050 Penalty for violation.

Any person guilty of a violation of either of these sections shall be sentenced for up to ninety (90) days in jail and up to a $500 fine.
(Ord. No. 68598, 5, 3-16-2010.)

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