|647(F)||Intoxicated in Public|
|647(F)(1)||Under Influence Of Intoxicating Liquor In A Public Place|
|647(F)(2)||Under Influence Of Drugs In A Public Place|
|647(F)(3)||Under Influence Of Combined Intoxicating Liquor And Drugs|
|647(F)/849(||Under The Influence Of Drugs/Alcohol And Released When Sober|
|647(F)849B||Under The Influence Of Drugs/Alcohol And Released When Sober|
|647(F)849B.2||Drunk In Public/Release With No Criminal Charges After Hold.|
|647(F)/849(B)(2)||Drunk In Public/Release With No Criminal Charges After Hold.|
|647(F)ALC||Under The Influence Of Alcohol / Drunk In Public|
|647F(C)||In Public Place Begging Or Soliciting Alms|
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