Disorderly Conduct

27-4-1 DISORDERLY CONDUCT; ELEMENTS OF THE OFFENSE. A person commits disorderly conduct when he knowingly: (A) does any act in such an unreasonable manner as to alarm or disturb another and to provoke a breach of the peace; or (B) with intent to annoy another, makes a telephone call, whether or not conversation thereby ensues; (C) transmits in any manner to the Fire Department of any city, town, village or fire protection district, a false alarm of fire, knowing at the time of such transmission that there is no reasonable ground for believing that such fire exists; or (D) transmits in any manner to another a false alarm to the effect that a bomb or other explosive device of any nature is concealed in such a place that its explosion would endanger human life, knowing at the time of such transmission that there is no reasonable ground for believing that such bomb or explosive device is concealed in such a place; or (E) transmits in any manner to any peace officer, public officer or public employee a report to the effect that an offense has been committed, knowing at the time of such transmission that there is no reasonable ground for believing that such an offense has been committed; or (F) enters upon the property of another and for a lewd or unlawful purpose, deliberately looks into a dwelling on the property through any window or other opening in it. (See 65 ILCS Sec. 5/11-5-3 and 720 ILCS Sec. 5/26-1)