Offense TypeCharge NameDescription
Crimes Against the Person
FelonyIntimidationA person who communicates to another that they will physically harm or kill such other, placing such other in reasonable state of fear for their own safety. Can be transmitted via any form of communication
MisdemeanorAssaultA person who intentionally causes injury to another individual
FelonyAssault with a Deadly WeaponA person who attempts to cause or threaten immediate harm to another while using a weapon, tool, or other dangerous item to communicate the threat.
FelonyAttempted MurderA person who deliberately and intentionally attempts to kill or cause life threatening harm to another person through premeditated actions. This can also be a person who, by criminal accident, negligence, or in the heat of the moment, causes severe or life threatening bodily harm to another person.
FelonyMurderA person that has intentionally premeditated the act of killing another person. A judge must decide whether this is the appropriate charge for the person due to its severity.
FelonyInvolutary ManslaughterA person who unintentionally kills another, with or without a quarrel or heat of moment action. This can also be a person who through a criminal accident or negligence, causes someone's death. A judge must decide whether this is the appropriate charge for the person due to its severity.
FelonyVoluntary ManslaughterA person who intentionally kills another person unlawfully in circumstances that do not amount to murder. This can be without premeditation or as a result of mitigating circumstances. A judge must decide whether this is the appropriate charge for the person due to its severity.
FelonyFalse ImprisonmentA person who detains or arrests another without their prior consent without premeditated intent or ransom. This can also be a person who performs an unlawful citizen's arrest.
FelonyKidnappingA person who detains or arrests another without their consent with the premeditated intent to do so. This can also be a person who detains or arrest another without their consent with the intent or decision to hold that individual for ransom of any kind.
FelonyTortureA person who intentionally causes extreme pain and suffering to someone. This can also be a person who causes pain and suffering for the purpose of revenge, extortion, persuasion, or for any sadistic purpose.
FelonyWanton Endangerment 1st DegreeA person is guilty of wanton endangerment in the first degree when, under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life, he / she wantonly engages in conduct which creates a substantial danger of death or serious physical injury to another person.
MisdemeanorWanton Endangerment 2nd DegreeA person is guilty of wanton endangerment in the second degree when he / she wantonly engages in conduct which creates a substantial danger of physical injury to another person.
Crimes Against Property & Criminal
FelonyArsonA person who intentionall and maliciously sets fire to or burns any structure, forest land, or property without prior authorization. This can also be a person who through criminal accident or negligence, causes a fire to burn any structure, forest land or property.
MisdemeanorTrespassing Within a Restricted FacilityA person who without prior authorization enters any government owned or managed facility that is secured with the intent of keeping ordinary citizens outside. Such facilities include (but are not limited to) correctional institutions, miltary encampments, federally restricted spaces and police stations.
MisdemeanorCriminal TrespassingA person who has prior been told by Law Enforcement or Property Owner that they are no longer allowed on the property. a Criminal Trespass (CT) must be ordered by the Property Owner or Designated Trustee (Such as Security, Employee etc...) and must be served by Law Enforcement to the Trespasser before the CT may take effect.
FelonyBurglaryA person who enters into the locked or restricted property of another without their permission with the intention of committing a crime, typically theft.
MisdemeanorPossession of Burglary ToolsA person who has in their possession the appropriate combination of tools necessary to commit burglary.
MisdemeanorRobberyA person who takes property from the possession of another against their will, while un-armed, by means of force or fear, such as intimidation, assault or battery.
FelonyArmed RobberyA person who takes or attempts to take property from the possession of another against their will, by means of force facilitated with a weapon, implied weapon or with an item used as a weapon. A person is guilty of armed robbery when, in the course of committing theft, uses or threatens the immediate use of deadly force upon another person or establishment with intent to accomplish the theft.
FelonyBank RobberyA person who takes or attempts to take property from a Financial Insitution by force and/or against the will of said institution. A person who, armed or not, willfully participates in the theft of products, services or materials from said institution with or without force.
MisdemeanorPetty TheftA person who steals or takes the personal property of another worth $4,000 or less. This can also be a person who fails to pay a contract or invoice within a reasonable amount of time for services totaling less than $3,500 in value.
MisdemeanorTheftA person who steals or takes the personal property of another worth more than $2,000 but less than $10,000. This can also be a person who fails to pay a contract or invoice within a reasonable amount of time for services totalling more than $3,500 but less than $20,000 in value.
MisdemeanorGrand TheftA person who steals or takes the personal property of another worth more than $10,000. This can also be a person who fails to pay a contract or invoice within a reasonable anount of time for services totalling more than $20,000 in value.
MisdemeanorAttempted Grand TheftA person who attempts to make unlawful entry into any motor vehicle, no matter the value.
MisdemeanorGrand Theft AutoA person who commits the theft of any motor vehicle, no matter the value. This can also be a person who illegally enters any parked vehicle's driver seat.
FelonyGrand Theft of a FirearmA person who commits theft of any firearm, no matter the value.
MisdemeanorRecieving Stolen PropertyA person who knowingly buys or receives any property that has been stolen or that has been obtained in any manner constituting theft or extortion.
FelonyExtortionA person who intimidates or influences another to provide or hand over properties or services. This can also be a person who utilizes privileged information to intimidate another for certain property or services.
FelonyForgeryA person who knowingly alters, creates, or uses a written document with the intent to defraud or deceive another. This can also be a person who knowingly signs a document or agreement, electronic or otherwise, without the consent or authority of whom they are signing for.
MisdemeanorFraudA person who intentionally misrepresents a matter of fact - whether by words or by conduct, by false or misleading allegations, or by concealment of what should have been dislosed that deceives and is intented to deceive another so that such other will act upon it to their disadvantage.
MisdemeanorVandalismA person that defaces, damages, or destroys property which belongs to another.
Crimes Against Public Decency
MisdemeanorIndecent ExposureA person who intentionally exposes their naked body or genitalia on public property or in the public area of a privately owned business. This can also be a person who intentionally exposes their naked body or genitalia to another person without that person's consent.
MisdemeanorProstitutionA person who knowingly engages in or offers to engage in a sexual act in exchange for payment or other goods and services.
MisdemeanorPandering/PimpingA person who solicits or advertises, aids or provides transport or supervises persons involved in prostitution and retains some or all of the money earned.
FelonyStalkingA person who intentionall and maliciously follows or harasses another person who has made it known that they do not consent to such following or harassment. This can also be a person whose actions cause another person to reasonably fear for their safety.
Crimes Against Public Justice
FelonyBriberyA person who offers or gives a monetary gift, gratuity, valuable goods, or other reward to a public official, government employee, or peace officer in an attempt to influence their duties or actions.
MisdemeanorContempt of CourtA person who willfully disobeys the verbal or written order of a court authority, disrespects the decorum of the court, or otherwise infringes upon due process. A judge must decide whether this is the appropriate charge for the person.
MisdemeanorSubpoena ViolationA person who ignores or violates a subpoena order issued by the courts, or a request by the courts to be present at a hearing. This can also be a person who ignores or disobeys an official document issuing orders or actions by a court. A judge must decide whether this is the appropriate charge for the person.
FelonyViolation of Bail or Parole (Return to Boiling Broke)A person who disregards the terms of their Parole as set forth by the courts. (Immediate Return to Boiling Broke Penn. until they can be assessed by the Judge)
FelonyJail BreakA person is guilty of Jail Break when they attempt or are successful in escaping custody of Detention Center staff, this charge is accompanied with Felony Possession if the Offender is in possession of a Deadly Weapon)
FelonyDissauding a Witness or VictimA person who knowingly and maliciously prevents or encourages any witness or victim from attenting or giving the testimony at any trial, proceeding, or inquiry authorized by law with the use of bribery, fear, or other tactics. This can also be a person who prevents the distribution, completion, answering, or due process of an affidavit or other legal statement.
FelonyFalse Information to a Government EmployeeA person who provides false information or details to a police officer during the course of a criminal investigation or lawful detainment. This can also be a person who provides knowingly inaccurate data to a government employee investigating in some official capacity.
MisdemeanorFiling a False ComplaintA person who knowingly files a false complaint, statement, document, or representation with any organization regarding the conduct, job performance, or behavior of a public official or employee for the purpose of initiating false administrative action against that official.
FelonyPerjuryA person who knowingly provides false information while under oath in a court of law. A judge must decide whether this is the appropriate charge for the person.
MisdemeanorFailure to Identify to a Peace OfficerA person who, while being detained or under arrest by a peacr officer, fails to provide a peace officer or other legal authority their name as it appears on an I.D. card or other identifiable information.
FelonyImpersonation of a Government EmployeeA person who pretends or implies the role of a government worker, such as a peace officer, paramedic, federal investigator, or other official. This can also be a person who wears an official or realistic governemnt employee unform with an official or realistic badge or identification tag except on an official, legally sanctioned movie or production set. This can also be a person who claims to be a government working in order to deceive or take advantage of anther individual or organization.
MisdemeanorObstruction of a Government EmployeeA person who shows a clear and motivated attempt to prevent a government employee from conductiing their duties. This can also be a person who fails to comply with an officer's lawful orders and after being issued a ticket, citation, or infraction, continues to violate such law and ingore an officer's orders.
MisdemeanorResisting ArrestA person who avoids apprehension from an officer by non-vehicular means or resists apprehension by any physical means.
FelonyEscape From CustodyA person who has been physically detained by use of restraints or physical force by a peace officer and escapes from said Peace Officer's personal custody, resulting a warrant or BOLO being needed to apprehend the suspect. Until a warrant or BOLO is issued, the incident is classed as Resisting Arrest
FelonyMisuse of 911A person who uses an emergency government hotline for any purpose other than an emergency situation which involves a life-or-death request for assistance or other purposes dictated. This can also be a person who performs prank calls, fake calls, or tries to incite mayhem through public government lines.
FelonyTampering With EvidenceA person who destroys or attempts to destroy, conceal, or alter any evidence that can later potentially be used in a Criminal investigation or court proceeding.
FelonyAssault of an LEO/EMSA person who intentionally causes harm to an LEO/EMS member of staff.
FelonyGrand Theft Auto of an Emergency VehicleA person that has entered the driver's seat of any emergency vehicle without prior justification or authorization from emergency services staff.
MisdemeanorAttempted Grand Theft Auto of an Emergency VehicleA person who has attempted to break into, lockpick or attempted to drive an emergency services vehicle.
MisdemeanorPossession of a Stolen Emergency VehicleA person who has knowingly entered an emergency vehicle, such as a police cruiser or ambulance without prior justification or authorization from emergency services staff.
FelonyArmed Robbery of an LEO/EMSA person who takes property from the possession from an LEO/EMS staff member against their will, by means of force facilitated with a weapon or with an item used as a weapon.
FelonyAttempted Murder of an LEO/EMSA person who deliberately and intentionally attempts to kill or cause life threatening harm to an LEO/EMS staff member through premeditated actions. This can also be a person who, by criminal accident, negligence, or in the heat of the moment, causes severe or life threatening bodily harm to an LEO/EMS staff member.
FelonyCorruption of Public DutyA government employee who acts outside the interests of the public good or public justice. Must be decided by a Judge.
Crimes Against the Public Peace
MisdemeanorDisturbing the PeaceA person who creates a dangerous or intimidating situation in a public space or in the public area of private property. This can also be a person who attempts to provoke, incite, or promote harm to another person through gestrues, language, claims, actions, or other methods.
MisdemeanorUnlawful AssemblyA person, without proper permits or authorization, who refuses to leave public property or clear a street or passageway after being ordered to do so by its state agency property manager or a peace officer. This can also be a person who refuses to leave private property they were invited to access after being instructed to do so by the property owner or manager.
FelonyInciting a RiotA person whose actions deliberately agitates or intends to agitate a crowd or large group of people organized or located peacefully in a public or private area in order to promote acts of violence or civil unrest.
FelonyVigilantismA person who attempts to effect justice according to their own understanding of right and wrong, or an unauthorized person who attempts to enforce the law. A citizen's arrest may only be effected when a civilian, out of fear for their own safety or the safety of their close friends or relatives, subdues or detains another who is violating the law.
Crimes Against the Public Health and Safety
MisdemeanorPossession of Drug ParaphernaliaA person who willingly possesses a device or mechanism used exclusively for the processing or consumption of an illegal controlled substance.
FelonyMaintaining a Place for the Purpose of Distribution A person who opens or maintains any property for the purpose of unlawfully selling, giving away, storing, or using any controlled substance, firearm, or other illicit device, good, or service.
MisdemeanorPublic IntoxicationA person who is found in any public place under the influence of intoxicating liqor, in a condition that they are unable to exercise care for their own safety or the safety of others. This is also a person who's clearly under the influence of alcohol and causes a disturbance or conflict at a private event and refuses to leave or comply with the owner's wishes.
FelonyTerrorismA person who, uses systematic threats or actions against the public good to cause fear and intimidation at a grandscale. This can also be a person who commits an attack or threatens an attack on a major public or private facility, such as an office complex, stadium, public transportation system, bridge, or other such structure.
MisdemeanorPossession of Meth/Coke (1-50 Grams)A person who is in possession of methamphetamine and/or cocaine with the total weighing 50 grams and under.
MisdemeanorPossession of Meth/Coke (51-100 Grams)A person who is in possession of methamphetamine and/or cocaine with the total weighing between 51 to 100 grams.
FelonyPossession of Meth/Coke (101-150 Grams) A person who is in possession of methamphetamine and/or cocaine with the total weighing between 101 to 150 grams.
FelonyPossession of Meth/Coke (151+ Grams)A person who is in possession of methamphetamine and/or cocaine with the total weighing over 151 grams.
MisdemeanorPossession of Weed (1-50 Grams/Buds)A person who is in possession of weed with the total weighing 50 grams and under.
MisdemeanorPossession of Weed (51-100 Grams/Buds)A person who is in possession of weed with the total weighing between 51 to 100 grams.
FelonyPossession of Weed (101-150 Grams/Buds)A person who is in possession of weed with the total weighing between 101 to 150 grams.
FelonyPossession of Weed (151+ Grams/Buds)A person who is in possession of weed with the total weighing over 151 grams.
Crimes Against State Dependents
FelonyAnimal Abuse/CrueltyA person who intentionally maims, mutilates, tortures, wounds, or kills a living animal.
Vehicular Offenses
MisdemeanorFleeing and EludingA person who, while operating a vehicle on land, sea, or in air, or while operating a bicycle, willfully flees or otherwise attempts to elude or avoid a pursuing peace officer who communicates visually or audibly their request to pull over or stop.
FelonyHit and Run w/ InjuryA person who hits another person or ocupied vehicle and leaves the scene of an accident where an injury was inflicted.
MisdemeanorHit and Run w/o InjuryA person who hits another person or ocupied vehicle and leaves the scene of an accident.
CitationDistracted DrivingA person who uses a mobile device, digs through their glovebox or in any other way not listed is distracted while operating a motor vehicle.
CitationSpeeding 10-19 MPH Over the LimitA person who speeds 10-19 MPH over the posted speed limit.
CitationSpeeding 20-29 MPH Over the LimitA person who speeds 20-29 MPH over the posted speed limit.
CitationSpeeding 30-59 MPH Over the LimitA person who speeds 30-59 MPH over the posted speed limit.
MisdemeanorSpeeding 60-99 MPH Over the LimitA person who speeds 60-99 MPH over the posted speed limit. The vehicle will be impounded by the state accordingly.
FelonySpeeding 100+ MPH Over the LimitA person who speeds 100+ MPH over the posted speed limit. The vehicle will be impounded by the state accordingly.
CitationUninsured VehicleA person that has failed to pay for their insurance in the prescribed time. The vehicle will be impounded by the state accordingly.
CitationUnroadworthy VehicleA person who drives any motorized vehicle on the road in an unroadworthy state that may cause harm and danger to themselves or others.
CitationFailure to Obey Traffic Control DeviceA driver who fails to obey any Temporary or Permanent lawful traffic control device. (i.e. Painted Arrows, Signs, Lights or Signals.)
MisdemeanorReckless DrivingA person who demonstrates careless or general disregard for the safety of themselves or others while operating a vehicle, such as but not limited to driving on an unpopulated sidewalk, pedestrian passageway, or plaza, meandering between lanes of traffic erratically, or demonstrating poor control of the vheicle or driving decisions.
CitationFailure to Yield Right of WayA driver is guilty of Failure to Yield Right of Way when at an intersection fails to yield to the proper road laws. Straight and Right Turns have right of way.
MisdemeanorVehicular EndangermentA person who demonstrates extreme carelessness while operating a vehicle, such as by nearly striking pedestrians, entering pedestrian passageways or nearly causing the severe harm of other motorists. This can also be classed as an activity that would be considered as reckless driving but takes place within close proximity to nearby civilians, or in dense traffic.
CitationVehicular Noise ViolationA driver whose vehicle emits excessive noise, creating a public nuisance. Examples include modifications to increase the noise pollution of their vehicle, or the excessive use of a vehicle horn or siren without justifiable purpose.
FelonyDriving Under the InfluenceA person who drives any vehicle or operates heavy machinery while under the influence of alcohol at or above the prescribed legal limit of 0.04 percent. The vehicle will be impounded accordingly by the state.
CitationImproper use of lightsA driver is guilty of Improper use of lights when he or she drives against traffic or behind another car with their high beams on; A driver is guilty of Improper use of lights when he or she operates a motor vehicle on public roadways or property without their headlights and taillights illuminated at or after sunset and at or before sunrise. (Public roadways are defined as paved or unpaved roadways accessible to the public not to include driveways of any length created for conveyance to and from a residence only)
CitationImproper use of signalsA driver is guilty of Improper use of signals when he / she signals the incorrect lane change or turn, when he / she uses their hazard lights as an attempt to disobey traffic laws or otherwise fails to signal properly.
CitationIllegal Light ColorA person who operates and/or parks a motor vehicle with an illegal light color (An illegal light color is defined as Red and/or Blue) on public roadways.
CitationIllegal TintA person who operates and/or parks a motor vehicle with Illegal Window tint on public roadways.
CitationCMV Equipment ViolationA driver whose Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) is not suitable for conveyance on public roadways. (Flat Tire, Lights out, Excess Damage, etc..)
CitationExceeded Legal Tacho Graph Limit (15-19 Mins)A person who has driven their truck for the purpose of work that has exceeded their prescribed time limit as dictated by their tachometer by 15-19 mins.
CitationExceeded Legal Tacho Graph Limit (20+ Mins)A person who has driven their truck for the purpose of work that has exceeded their prescribed time limit as dictated by their tachometer by 20 mins. The truck will be impounded.
CitationDriving Left of CenterA driver is guilty of driving left of center when they intentionally or unintentially drive left of the center of the road for roads without lane markings or left of the double yellow asside of when permitted by a dotted line on your side.
CitationSeatbelt ViolationA driver is guilty of a seatbelt violation when he / she or their passengers are unrestrained by a lawful and certified seat belt.
CitationOperating Prohibitted VehicleA driver is guilty of Operating a Prohibitted Vehicle on the roadways when they Operate a Tracked vehicle, metal tread or Oversized vehicle (Such as Mining Equipment) on roadways without a Permit or being inside of a permitted construction zone. Operation of ATVs, Dirtbikes, and Tractors on the Interstate unless lawfully crossing the interstate. Tractors may operate only between Grapeseed and Paleto Bay on the SHOULDER of the interstate and MUST have their Hazard lights enabled.
CitationImproper Load SecurementA driver is guilty of Improper Load Securement when their load whether on their vehicle or a trailer falls off and creates a hazzard for other drivers.
CitationCMV Improper Load SecurementA driver is guilty of CMV Improper Load Securement when their load whether on their vehicle or a trailer falls off and creates a hazzard for other motorists while operating a Commercial Vehicle.
MisdemeanorImproper Load Securement w/ InjuryA driver is guilty of CMV Improper Load Securement when their load whether on their vehicle or a trailer falls off and creates a hazzard for other motorists of which results directly or indirectly to injuries.
MisdemeanorStreet RacingPerforming an unlicensed or unauthorized vehicle race, performance, or competition on city, county, or state property. Performing a vehicle race on a hazardous private course. Organizing, facilitating, or promoting a street race or other unlicensed or organized vehicle race or competition on city, county, or state property.
Control of Deadly Weapons and Equipment
FelonyPossession of an Illegal Firearm (Class 1)A civilian who possesses any firearm that is illegal in possession or not considered part of any legal weapon type. This can also be a person who possesses a firearm that contains illegal modifications in its design including, but not limited to, fully automatic firearms, magazine extensions, and silencers.
FelonyPossession of an Illegal Firearm (Class 2)A civilian who possesses any firearm that is illegal in possession or not considered part of any legal weapon type. This can also be a person who possesses a firearm that contains illegal modifications in its design including, but not limited to, fully automatic firearms, magazine extensions, and silencers.
FelonyPossession of an Illegal Firearm (Class 3)A civilian who possesses any firearm that is illegal in possession or not considered part of any legal weapon type. This can also be a person who possesses a firearm that contains illegal modifications in its design including, but not limited to, fully automatic firearms, magazine extensions, and silencers.
FelonyPossession of an Explosive DeviceA civilian who possesses any manufactured or improvised device or equipment which is made from explosive and/or highly flammable liquid, gas or solid materials.
FelonyPossession of Weaponry with Intent to SellA person who is in possesion of 5 or more full weapons or weapon components in any combination or amount with the intent to distribute, deliver, or sell.
FelonyBrandishing a Firearm A person who is pointing, holding, openly carrying or brandishing a firearm in an attempt to elicit fear or hysteria.
FelonyUnlawful Discharge of a FirearmA person who discharges a firearm without due cause of justifiable motive regardless or registration status or legality; A person who in any way aside from Self Defense discharges a firearm within City Limits, towards an occupiable structure and/or near or towards a Public Road.
FelonyFelony Possession of a FirearmA person who is in possession of a firearm, no matter if otherwise legal, during the commission of a Felony.
FelonyPossession of a Firearm Where ProhibitedA person who is in Possession of a firearm, no matter if otherwise legal, where firearms are Prohibitted. (i.e. Banks, Local, County, State and Federal Government Properties, Boiling Broke State Prison (State Property) and where otherwise posted)