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Malicious Mischief

There are three degrees of Malicious mischief ranging from a class B felony to a gross misdemeanor. Malicious mischief in the first degree happens when one knowingly and maliciously causes damage to another’s property in excess of five thousand dollars. This is a class B felony. Malicious Mischief in the second degree occurs when one knowingly and maliciously causes property damage in an amount exceeding seven hundred and fifty dollars. This is a class C felony. Malicious mischief in the third degree occurs when one knowingly and maliciously causes property damage not amounting to first or second degree. Malicious Mischief in the third degree is a gross misdemeanor.

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