There are quite a few things that can qualify as criminal damage under Arizona Law. People who do things like damaging religious property, school property, cemeteries, and mortuaries. Those can be considered anywhere between a Class 6 and a Class 4 felony and one can be fined between $1,500 and more than $10,000 if found guilty. Other charges can be for things like damaging or tampering with construction, utility or agricultural sites. Those range between Class 5 and Class 3 and can carry fines between $1,500 and more than $10,000.