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What does 67 stand for?

67 stands for Disorderly Person(s) (Alabama public safety radio code)

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by officers Christopher Willoughby, James Hisman and Michael Frick and charged with domestic assault and battery, being a disorderly person, resisting a lawful arrest and assault with intent to murder (attempted strangulation).
Byline: JESSICA CALLAN, EVA SIMPSON, SUZANNE KERINS SHOCK rocker Marilyn Manson pleaded no contest yesterday to being a disorderly person and assault and battery on one of his staff.
Attendance at this center also has grown steadily, and Officer Bergin's presence in an office on his regular patrol route has made him available to assist citizens and fellow officers in a number of more traditional police incidents, such as bank robberies, store larcenies, and disorderly persons.
Brian Coyne and charged with attempts to burn a building/property, two counts of armed assault with intent to rob, two counts of armed robbery while masked, two counts of carrying a dangerous weapon (a knife), two counts of assault by a dangerous weapon, resisting a lawful arrest, two counts of assault and battery (felony), two counts of assault with intent to murder, disturbing the peace and being a disorderly person.
police responded to a call about a disorderly person at 14th and Main streets.