Nevada Military Affairs and Civil Emergencies
Sec. § 412.598
Arrest of trespasser or disturber; penalty for certain sales and gambling.


1.

Any person who trespasses upon any armory, arsenal, camp, range, base or other facility of the Nevada National Guard or other place where any unit of the Nevada National Guard is performing military duty, including training, or who in any way or manner interrupts or molests the discharge of military duties by any member of the Nevada National Guard or of the Armed Forces of the United States or who trespasses or prevents the passage of troops of the Nevada National Guard or of the Armed Forces of the United States in the performance of their military duties may:

(a)

Be placed in arrest by the commanding officer, or his or her designated representative, of the unit performing such military duty at the place where the offense is committed and may be held in arrest during the continuance of the performance of such military duty, but not to exceed 12 hours; and

(b)

Be subject to arrest and punishment by a court of competent jurisdiction for a breach of the peace.

2.

The commanding officer or his or her designated representative, of any unit of the Nevada National Guard performing military duty in or at any armory, arsenal, camp, range, base or other facility of the Nevada National Guard or other place where such unit is performing military duty may prohibit persons who hawk, peddle, vend or sell goods, wares, merchandise, food products or beverages upon the streets and highways from conducting sales or auctions, and may prohibit all gambling within the limits of such armory, arsenal, camp, range, base or other facility of the Nevada National Guard or other place where such unit is performing military duty or within such limits not exceeding 1 mile therefrom as he or she may prescribe. Such commanding officer may in his or her discretion abate as common nuisances all such sales, auctions and gambling.

3.

Nothing in subsection 2 applies to licensed gambling establishments located within 1 mile of the facilities designated in subsection 2.

4.

Any person violating any provision of subsection 2 by conducting prohibited sales, auctions or gambling is guilty of a misdemeanor.
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Jul. 16, 2019