What are the times for curfew and what are the penalties?
For youths ages 15 and under, 10 p.m. daily. For youth ages 16-17 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and curfew is at 12 a.m. (midnight) on Friday and Saturday. If the juvenile is in a car at the time of arrest, it can be impounded at a cost no less than $150 plus storage fees, no matter who owns the vehicle. The juvenile will be arrested, photographed, and fingerprinted. The guardian/parent will be called to pick up the minor. They also may have to appear in local court. There are exceptions in this ordinance to allow for work, school activities, and church events. Further charges against the parent or guardian are also possible.
Section 29-20 City of Aurora Code of Ordinances

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