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TRAFFIC AND LAW SYSTEM IN 18TH ISLAND LIFE

When you are stopped and cited by law enforcement, you will often need to pay fines or fees. C

OFFENSES
Aggravated reckless driving.

Disobeying a Traffic-control device.

Exhibition Driving.

Failed to stop or Yield for Intersection.

Failing to stop at Railroad Crossing.

Failing to Yield right of way.

Fleeing in a motor vehicle from a Police Officer

Leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injury or death

Leaving the scene of an accident involving property damage or damage to Government property

Adult in Consumption (DUI)

Adult in Possession (DIP)

Overtaking a Law Enforcement or Emergency vehicle

Overtaking where prohibited or in an unsafe manner

Permitting unauthorized person to drive

Racing or drag racing motor vehicles

Reckless driving

Speeding - non-interstate (State highways, county roads, city, etc)

Speeding on highway with speed limit higher than 60/65 mph

Speeding on highway with a 70/75 mph speed zone

Speeding in construction zone

Speeding in school zone

Attempted Murder on a Police Officer

Attempted Murder

Murder in the 1st Degree

Domestic Violence

Tailgating

Police Lethal and Non-Lethal Weapon Usage

Stolen Vehicle/Property Report

BOLO (Be On the Look Out)

Unauthorized Whale Hunting

Obstruction of Justice

Headlights Not Activated or ON (Traffic Citation)

Petty Larceny/Theft

Grand Larceny/Theft

Loitering

Custody Transport (Investigators, Police Officers, Sheriffs ONLY)

Illegal Parking

Weapons in vehicle

Weapons on individual

H ISLAND LIFE SERVER (ARMA 2)

n need to pay fines or fees. Click on the offenses below and read about the consequences for each.

OFFENSE EXPLANATIONS
Aggravated reckless driving causes and inflicts injury while driving without due caution at a speed and manner so as to endanger or likely to endanger any person.

Traffic control devices include stop lights and road signs.

Exhibition driving in a manner which disturbs the peace by creating or causing unnecessary engine noise, tire squeal, skid, or slide upon acceleration or braking; or driving and executing or attempting a series of unnecessarily abrupt turns.

Trying to elude a Police Vehicle.

Overtaking means passing.

Overtaking means passing.

An unauthorized person is someone who does not have a driver's license. Each individual in vehicle that has a license will be ticketed. If no one in vehicle has a license, each individual will be ticketed and the vehicle will be impounded. Race means the use of one or more vehicles in an attempt to outgain, outdistance, or to arrive at a given distance ahead of another vehicle of vehicles; or the use of one or more vehicles to willfully prevent another vehicle from passing the racing vehicle or vehicles. Reckless driving is driving without due caution at a speed and manner so as to endanger or likely to endanger any person or property.

1-10 mph over speed limit

11-15 mph over speed limit

16-20 mph over speed limit

21-25 mph over speed limit

26-35 mph over speed limit

36-45 mph over speed limit

46+ mph over speed limit

1-10 mph over speed limit

11+ mph over speed limit

In order for a person to be guilty of attempted murder, that person should have deliberately, intentionally or recklessly with extreme disregard for human life, attempted to kill a Police Officer . There should be some substantial step towards committing the crime. In order for a person to be guilty of attempted murder, that person should have deliberately, intentionally or recklessly with extreme disregard for human life, attempted to kill someone.

Generally a killing which is deliberate and premeditated (planned), in conjunction with felonies such as rape, burglary, arson, involving multiple deaths, the killing of certain types of people, or with weapons, particularly a gun. Any abusive, violent, coercive, forceful, or threatening act or word inflicted by one member of a family or household on another can constitute domestic violence.

Drive too closely behind another vehicle: "he started tailgating the car in front

After discharging your firearm or weapon, EMT or Fire Department should be dispatched to the location of the discharge to medically check the individual in custody.

If your vehicle is stolen, report it to the police as soon as possible. Police will put out a BOLO on the vehicle. The theft will be noted on your vehicle. If your vehicle is found, you will be notified as soon as possible. Stolen equipment or wanted or stolen vehicles; conduct felony stops; review, prepare, and distribute *Be On the Look Out (BOLO)* notices;

Unsanctioned or illegal whale hunting or unlawful taking of a marine mammal and unauthorized whaling.

A criminal offense that involves interference, through words or actions, with the proper operations of a court or officers of the court.

Headlights are required to be on when visibility is less than 500 feet, as well as after sunset and before sunrise. Headlights are required to be on in conditions of insufficent light/adverse weather and construction zones. Theft/larceny is typically defined as the taking of almost anything of value without the consent of the owner, with the intent to permanently deprive him or her of the value of the property taken. Theft/larceny is typically defined as the taking of almost anything of value without the consent of the owner, with the intent to permanently deprive him or her of the value of the property taken.

To linger or hang around in a public place or business where one has no particular or legal purpose. Criminal statute or ordinance which can be applied specifically to control aggressive begging, soliciting prostitution, drug dealing, blocking entries to stores, public drunkenness, or being a public nuisance. Transport of a individual will be handled by the Police Department, unless a Sheriff is present. If Sheriff is present, they will take full custody of the individual for transport and lock-up. (NO EXCEPTIONS) At least one Police Officer will escort the Sheriff/Police Officer with individual in custody to the facility. The act of parking a motor vehicle in a restricted place or for parking in an unauthorized manner. It is against the law virtually everywhere to park a vehicle in the middle of a road, street, highway, grassy area or parking on one or both sides of a road. Firearms CAN be inside a vehicle. Ammo and Firearm must be separated. If individual has a warrant for his/her arrest, individual must be detained and firearm will be confiscated. The firearm will NOT be returned to the individual. If under a search and individual is clear of charges, then the weapon will remain in the civilians possession. Firearms can NOT be carried in plain sight. If a weapon is found on individual without proper licensing, it will be confiscated. If a Police Officer asks you if you have any weapons on you or in your vehicle and you tell a lie. You may face a fine and/or jail time.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

1 Day is equal to 1 Minute (3 days in Jail equals 3 mins in Jail). 1 Year is equal to 2 Minutes (3 years in Jail equals 6 Minutes in Jail). 1 Day/Month = 1:1 Ratio 1 Year = 1:2 Ratio (for years take it x2 to get the amount of total minutes).

quences for each.

CONSEQUENCES
1 year imprisonment, fine of $2,000, or both.

$155

$115

$85

$80

$65

1 to 3 years imprisonment, fine of $5000, or both.

1 to 10 years imprisonment; fine of $2,000-$10,000, or both

$200

$100 to $500 + 3 days in jail. License cancelled.

$100 to $500 + 3 days in jail. License cancelled.

$50

$30

$75

$350

3 day imprisonment, fine of $1,000, or both

$5

$5 +$1/each mph over 5 mph over speed limit

$10 + $1/ each mph over 10 mph over limit

$15 + $2/ each mph over 15 mph over limit

$25 + $3/each mph over 20 mph over limit

$40 + $3/ each mph over 25 mph over limit

$100 + $5/ each mph over 45 mph over limit

$2/ each mph over limit

$20 + $5/ each mph over 10 mph over limit

$5/ each mile per hour over the limit

$80 for 1-10 mph over limit; $80 + $2/each mph over 10 mph over the limit

$40 for 1-10 mph over limit: $40 + $1/ each mph over 10 mph over limit

5 to 15 year imprisonment, fine of $500,000, or both *Modified

5 to 15 year imprisonment, fine of $350,000, or both *Modified

5 to 15 year imprisonment, fine of $1,000,000 *Modified

1 to 3 years imprisonment, fine of $2000, or both.

$35

Mandatory for all Law Enforcement Officals. (If EMT/Fire Department is not present, a witness is needed.)

Police Officers have full authorization to pull over any vehicle or detain any individual that fits the known BOLO discription.

1 year imprisonment and a fine of $100,000

$300 to $1000 + 2 days in jail.

$200

If the property stolen has a value of less than $500.00, the person is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment for not more than 3 days or a fine of not more than $1000.00 or 3 times the value of the property stolen. If the property stolen has a value of less than $20,000.00, the person is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment for not more than 2.5 years or a fine of not more than $40,000.00 or 3 times the value of the property stolen.

$200 to $450

N/A

$250

$500 to $1000 + 3 months in jail.

$500 to $1000 + 3 months in jail.