What happens if I slash someone’s tires?
Slashing tires is typically viewed as a misdemeanor and is more likely to end up with a fine. But, if slashing is used as an act of revenge (such as slashing the tires of someone after losing a fight), then you could face charges of criminal mischief or other charges depending on what state you live in.
Do people get away with slashing tires?
It’s vandalism. It’s usually a misdemeanor and if you go to court you’ll likely get probation, a fine, and have to pay restitution for the tires. There is a possibility you could go to jail, but it’s unlikely that you would unless you had a criminal record.
Is egging a car illegal in Massachusetts?
Vandalism is a serious crime in Massachusetts. Vandalism is considered a property crime.