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Property Damage Crimes

The most serious property damage crime is Arson. However, Criminal Mischief can be punished as a serious felony offense if it involved property damage in high dollar amount. Learn more about Texas property damage crimes by clicking on the applicable link below.

The list below includes Texas state Property Damage Crimes

  • PC 28.02 – Arson
  • PC 28.03 – Criminal Mischief
  • PC 28.04 – Reckless Damage or Destruction
  • PC 28.08 – Graffiti
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