public disturbance


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Maria felt her triumph, and pursued her purpose, careless of Julia; and Julia could never see Maria distinguished by Henry Crawford without trusting that it would create jealousy, and bring a public disturbance at last.
EARLIER this month a group of Western tourists including the Briton, Eleanor Hawkins, were convicted of causing a public disturbance by posing naked at the top of Mount Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia.
30pm on Saturday following reports of a public disturbance.
He urged the public to cooperate with the police and inform them of any activities that cause public disturbance and affect the security and stability of the community.
His 18-year-old companion on the train, Bailey Clout, who shot the video, pleaded guilty to creating a public disturbance, and was fined $400.
According to the police report, the man was a passenger in a car that was reported for public disturbance.
He said that, while funding from the Wales Coast Path has enabled public disturbance to be managed, help from the local community was still needed during the three-month breeding season.
Access to the "street furniture" is often restricted, and operators face time limits for installation to prevent traffic congestion or public disturbance.
It is a significant animal welfare problem that causes the public disturbance and distress.
of attempted suicide, but this was later commuted to causing a public disturbance.
A 62-year-old woman who allegedly slapped a federal police officer during an argument over a parking violation pleaded not guilty Wednesday to causing a public disturbance.
People land in trouble when they carry liquor and meet with an accident or create public disturbance," says Mohammad Hameed, Legal Consultant, Al Midfa & Associates.