What Is Vandalism
What constitutes Vandalism?
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Vandalism is a broad category crime that is used to describe a variety of behaviors. Generally, vandalism includes any willful behavior aimed at destroying, altering, or defacing property belonging to another.Common behaviors that may lead to a vandalism charge include: -Spray painting another's property with the purpose of defacing; -"Egging" someone's car or window; -Keying (or scratching) paint off of someone's car; -Breaking someone's windows; -Defacing public property with graffiti and other forms of "art"; -Slashing someone's tires; -Defacing park benches; and -Altering or knocking down street signs; -Kicking and damaging someone's property with your hands or feet; and several other behaviors.
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