The Chief of Police may issue a permit within 14 days following the hearing as provided in Section 2806 herein, based upon his investigation and subsequent to the public hearing provided for above, if he finds:
That the operation, as proposed by the applicant, if permitted, would comply with all applicable laws, including but not limited to, the City’s building, health, zoning and fire ordinances.
That the applicant and any other person who will be directly engaged in the management and operation of a pawnbroking business has not been convicted in a court of competent jurisdiction, by final judgment of:
An offense involving the use of force and violence upon the person of another that amounts to a felony, or if committed without the State of California would amount to a felony if committed within the State of California;
An offense involving the use of force and violence upon the person of another, provided that such person committed three separate offenses within the past five years.
That the applicant has not knowingly made any false, misleading, or fraudulent statement of facts in the permit application or any other document required by the Chief of Police in conjunction therewith.
(Added by Ord. 299-72, App. 10/19/72)