In coordination with the State of Lemoyne, the Saint Denis Police Department enforces the following ordinances in addition to the Federal Laws of these lands. Refusal to comply with ordinance or pay citation will result in detainment until compliance and payment are achieved.
Citations: $25-$250 per officer discretion.
Concealed Carry: Weapons must be carried in hip holster, or stored on horse. Guns too large for hip holster and visible on citizen’s backs will be confiscated in addition to a citation.
- All horses are to be hitched or stabled.
- Carriages should never be left driverless.
- A controlled lope/canter is the maximum gait permitted on city streets.
- Sidewalks are for people, not horses.
Masks and Face Coverings: Facial features including eyes, nose, and mouth should be visible when in the city.
Fine: $10 – $100
Jail Time: 12 days or less
Disorderly Conduct – Willfully and unlawfully disturbs the peace of another person(s).
Battery – Wanton and unlawful physical contact with another person which is unwelcome. Aggressor does not use a weapon or cause great bodily harm.
Assault – Intention to commit battery with a weapon in a manner unlikely to cause great bodily harm. [If player bounty is <= $500 | Assault multiplied per $100]
Trespassing – Unknowingly arrives on private property and remains after deed or claim is proven and told to leave.
Sudden Snatching – Intention to take money, property, and/or belongings from the victim’s person without detection or, upon detection, flees the scene.
Fine: $500 maximum
Jail Time: 24 days or less
Petty Theft – Knowingly and unlawfully takes money, property, and/or belongings valued $200 or less with intent to deprive owner indefinitely.
Bribery – Offers a public servant or official money, services, favors, or gratuities with the intent of personal gain or benefit.
Abduction – Taking away a person by persuasion, by fraud, or by open force or violence.
Aggravated Assault – Intention to commit battery with a weapon and/or in a manner likely to cause great bodily harm.
Manslaughter – Takes the life of another person without malice or intent, in a fashion that a reasonable person would consider accidental and without carelessness. Not to be applied in cases of self defense where a person uses force to defend themselves, another person, or their property from substantial harm or death.
Mayhem – Causes injury to another person with malice or intent to cause harm/pain, so as to render them defenseless (e.g. severing an appendage). [If player bounty > $500 | Mayhem multiplied per $500]
Fraud – Makes an agreement or presents themselves as someone else with the intent of personal gain or benefit, where a reasonable person would believe them to be a liar or cheater.
Escaping Custody – Leaves legal custody (i.e. you’re detained, cuffed, jailed, or serving a sentence) before sentence is complete. [Adds $250 for each original charge. May exceed maximum.]
Illegal Manufacturing – No person may possess equipment or material designed for or used in manufacturing an illicit substance (moonshine, snake oil, etc).
Illegal Distribution – The intention to sell or distribute an illicit substance (moonshine, snake oil, etc) for personal benefit or monetary gain.
Fine: $2000 maximum
Jail Time: 10 days to life
Sheriff may set bounty on fugitives facing a serious felony charges(s).
Greater Theft – Knowingly and unlawfully takes money, property, and/or belongings valued $200 or more with intent to deprive owner indefinitely.
Robbery – While committing Petty or Greater Theft, forcibly takes such items from another person through physical force or fear of force.
Theft of Livestock – Unlawfully takes or kills livestock with intent to deprive owner of such stock longer than 15 days.
Arson – Destroys or attempts to destroy any property, structure, or vegetation by mean of fire with malice or intent to deprive owner.
Murder in the Second Degree – Takes the life of another person without malice, intent, or forethought, in which circumstances a reasonable person would believe involved carelessness, or where they are overcome by the heat of passion.
Murder in the First Degree – Takes the life of another person with malice, intent, or forethought.
Attempted Murder – Attempts to commit Murder in the First Degree but does not succeed in killing the targeted person.
Harboring a Fugitive – Knowingly harbors or assists a fugitive from justice, or knowingly conspires in the commission of a major felony, or helps a fugitive escape lawful incarceration or imprisonment.
Election Tampering – Attempts to change or alter results of an election via Murder, Attempted Murder, Voter intimidation, or other felony acts.
Voter Fraud – Attempting to cast numerous votes, votes under fake names, votes as a deceased person, buying/bribing citizens to vote in favor of a certain candidate, or voting in a jurisdiction you are not a resident of.