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PA Title 18 Ch. 33

PA Crime Code: Arson, Criminal Mischief, and Other Property Destruction

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Joe intentionally sets fire to an empty apartment complex. Arson endangering persons
Joe intentionally sets fire to an apartment complex in which he recklessly causes the death of a woman. Name the offense. Arson endangering persons and murder 2
Joe intentionally sets his ex-wife's house on fire in hopes of burning her to death in her sleep. His plan is successful. Arson endangering persons and murder 1
Joe intentionally sets fire to the unattached garage of on his neighbor's property. Arson endangering property
Joe intentionally sets fire to a pile of leaves directly next to his neighbor's unattached garage. The garage does not catch fire. Arson endangering property
The police pullover Joe on a traffic violation. Upon investigation, the police discover Joe was planning to use the C4 in his car to blow up city hall. Possession of explosive or incendiary materials or devices
As Joe was lawfully setting fire to a pile of leaves on his property, a strong wind develops and blows flaming leaves at his neighbor's house. Joe does not call the fire department nor put his fire out. Failure to control or report dangerous fires
Joe intentionally throws a canister of poisonous gas in the mall. Name the offense and its grading. Causing or risking catastrophe. Felony 1
Nate, a security guard at the mall, does not evacuate the mall after seeing a suspicious, seemingly-timed canister in the food court. Failure to prevent catastrophe
Joe recklessly causes damage to the McDonald's bathroom by throwing a cherry bomb into a toilet. Criminal mischief
Joe cuts the brake lines of his ex-wife's car. Criminal mischief
Joe somehow tricks Ashley into dropping her brand new HDTV while she is carrying it into the house. Criminal mischief
Joe sprays his gang's emblem on the outside wall of a bank. Criminal mischief
Joe throws a brick threw the window of his neighbor's house. Criminal mischief
Joe shoots a paintball at his neighbor's house. Criminal mischief
Joe intentionally causes damage to something worth $5,000 or more. Name the offense and the grading. Criminal mischief. Felony 3.
Joe intentionally causes damage to something worth between $1,000 and $4,999. Name the offense and its grading. Criminal mischief. Misdemeanor 1.
Joe intentionally or recklessly causes damage to something worth between $999 and $150. Name the offense and its grading. Criminal mischief. Misdemeanor 2.
Joe causes damage to a power line, leaving many house in the neighborhood powerless for a period of time. Name the offense and its grading. Criminal mischief. Felony 3.
Joe willingly damages a fire hydrant. Injuring or tampering with fire apparatus, hydrants, etc.
Joe opens the fire hydrant for the kids to play in during a hot summer day. Unauthorized use or opening of fire hydrants
Joe spray paints his initials on the "Edinboro University" sign at the campus entrance. Institutional vandalism
Joe is caught by campus police carrying an aerosol spray-paint can onto the campus of Edinboro University with the intent to put graffiti on a building. Institutional vandalism
Joe knowingly breaks a giant wooden cross in front of the church. Institutional vandalism
Joe knowingly cracks a tombstone in the local cemetery. Institutional vandalism
Joe recklessly causes the damage to his neighbor's farmland soil while he attempts off-road driving in his new Jeep. Agricultural vandalism
Joe intentionally destroys his neighbor's grape vineyard by driving through it in his new Jeep. Agricultural crop destruction
Joe intentionally causes damage to a DNA lab's testing equipment, where they are attempting to master the technique of genetically altering dogs. Joe is a devote dog lover. Ecoterrorism
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