Criminal damage is considered any damage that occurs when a person intentionally damages the property of another without their consent. This can mean vehicles, homes, furniture, pets, property, and more. Often, people damage property with the intent of either hurting the owner or to collect insurance. In Arizona, criminal damage can be considered anything between a misdemeanor and a felony, and includes car keying, breaking and entering, tire slashing, window breaking, fireworks, property damage, and more.
Some Of The Most Common Criminal Damage Crimes Are: