I've been in this system since i was 11 years old. i started out shoplifting and drinking beer. got caught and put on probation. then i started using drugs failed my u.a.s and kept violating. they tried treatment centers and i still continued to be bad. finally i was commited to black canyon!! no fun ive been there twice and now my boyfriend is in prison so im doing good to help him stay on the right track when he gets out.
Don't be a chicken. It's just a little fun. Randy did the right thing by hesitating and choosing to not get involved. Deliberately damaging someone elses property is against the law. In addition, mailboxes are considered federal property and it is a crime to vandalize them (and to injure, deface, or destroy any mail deposited in them.) (Title 18, United Stated Code, Section 1705). Violators can be fined up to $250,000 or imprisoned for up to three years for each act of vandalism. In Arizona, deliberately damaging or defacing the property of another person is called criminal damage and it is a felony. Deliberately damaging any building, structure, or place used as a school or educational facility is called aggravated criminal damage. If the damage exceeds the cost of $10,000, it is a class 4 felony. Damage to another persons property may sometimes be class 2 misdemeanor (under $250.00) but damage to an educational facility is always a felony. Painting graffiti is a form of criminal damage and it is against the law. Some juveniles have been tried as adults for committing criminal damage. The sentence includes jail time and probation. Juveniles who damage the property of others can be placed on probation (with or without detention) and can be required to pay for damages.