2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 30: Criminal Offenses
Article 7: Weapons and Explosives, 30-7-1 through 30-7-22
Section 30-7-22: Interference with bomb or fire control.
30-7-22. Interference with bomb or fire control.
A. Interference with bomb or fire control consists of:
(1) intentionally interfering with the proper functioning of a fire alarm system;
(2) intentionally interfering with the lawful efforts of a fireman or police officer to control or extinguish a fire or to secure the safety of any object reasonably believed to be a bomb, explosive or incendiary device; or
(3) intentionally interfering with the lawful efforts of a fireman or police officer to preserve for investigation or investigate the scene of a fire or explosion to determine its cause.
B. Any person who commits interference with bomb or fire control is guilty of a misdemeanor.
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