Quick Reference- Crimes Against Property 2017-08-31T15:34:37+00:00

CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

Including: Simple Robbery (UCR 120); Arson (UCR 200); Loansharking, Extortion (UCR 210); Burglary, Unauthorized Entry (UCR 220); Theft (UCR 23A, 23B, 23C, 23D, 23E, 23F, 23H); Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle (UCR 240); Obstruction of Justice, Forgery (UCR 250); Fraud (UCR 26A, 26B, 26C, 26D, 26E); Bank Fraud (UCR 270); Illegal Possession of Stolen Things (UCR 280); Criminal Damage, Criminal Mischief (UCR 290); Bribery (UCR 510); Misdemeanors (UCR 90A, UCR 90Z).

In addition to this online reference guide, this document is available for download here.

The following data must be entered for all Crimes Against Property:

Type of Property Loss

1) Must select a choice from the following drop-down list:

– Burned
– Counterfeited or Forged
– Destroyed, Damaged or Vandalized
– None
– Recovered (to impound property that was previously stolen)
– Seized (to impound property that was not previously stolen: UCR 250, 35A, 35B, 39A-D)
– Stolen (ex. Bribed, Defrauded, Embezzled, Extorted, Ransomed, Robbed, etc.)
– Unknown

2) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

3) When Type of Property Loss is None or Unknown, the following data fields must be Blank:

– Property Description
– Value of Property
– Date Recovered

4) When Type of Property Loss is Recovered, then each property entered must first be entered as Stolen. This does not apply to UCR Offense Codes 250 (Obstruction of Justice, Forgery) or 280 (Illegal Possession of Stolen Things).

5) When Type of Property Loss is Burned, Counterfeited or Forged, Destroyed, Damaged or Vandalized, Recovered, Seized or Stolen then the following data fields must have data:

– Property Description
– Value of Property
– Date Recovered

6) If there is only one Crime Against Property offense in an incident, then Type of Property Loss selections must be either all Stolen or all Unknown, but not mixed. For example, if only one UCR Offense Code 220 (Burglary) is reported for an incident, and possibly three pieces of property are stolen, then each item must be reported as Stolen, or the three items are reported as Unknown; but, not two items as Stolen and one item as Unknown.

Property Description Type

1) Must select a Property Description Type when Type of Property Loss is Burned, Counterfeited/Forged, Destoryed/Damaged/Vandalized, Recovered, Seized or Stolen.

2) When a Property Description Type of Pending Inventory is selected, then Value of Property must be $1.00.

Type of Victim

If the offense is connected to a victim, then Type of Victim must be either Individual, Business, Financial Institution, Government, Law Enforcement Officer, Religious Organization, Other or Unknown. The Type of Victim cannot be Society.

Robbery (UCR120) LRS Codes

14:64.3 – Armed Robbery; Use of a Firearm
14:64 – Armed Robbery
14:64.1 – First Degree Robbery
14:64.2 – Carjacking
14:65.1/F – Purse Snatching
14:60 – Aggravated Burglary
14:64.4 – Second Degree Robbery
14:65 – Simple Robbery

Type of Criminal Activity

This data element provides gang information on the suspect(s). Must select at least one, but not more than two, from the list of choices indicating gang involvement — duplicates are not allowed. If there is no gang activity, then only None or Unknown, can be selected.

Valid Choices:
Juvenile Gang
Other Gang
None or Unknown.

Type of Weapon/Force

Must select at least one value from the drop-down list. Up to three (3) may be entered, but no duplicates. If there was no weapon used, or force involved, select None.

Valid Choices:

Asphyxiation
Automatic Firearm
Automatic Handgun
Automatic Rifle
Automatic Shotgun
Blunt Object (ex. Club, hammer, blackjack, etc.)
Drugs or Narcotics
Explosives
Fire/Incendiary Device
Firearm
Handgun
Knife/Cutting Instrument (ex. Ax, ice pick, screwdriver, switchblade, etc.)
Motor Vehicle (when used as a weapon)
No Force/Unarmed
Other Firearm
Other (Any weapon or force not fitting any other specifically coded weapon or force)
Personal Weapons (ex. Hands, feet, teeth, etc.)
Poison
Rifle
Shotgun
Unknown Weapon or Force

Type of Property Loss

1) If the associated offense is Attempted, then either None or Unknown must be selected.

2) If the associated offense is Completed, then one of the following choices must be selected:

Valid Choices:
Burned
Counterfeited or Forged
Destroyed, Damaged or Vandalized
None
Recovered (to impound property that was previously stolen)
Seized (to impound property that was not previously stolen: UCR 250, 35A, 35B, 39A-D, only)
Stolen (ex. Bribed, Defrauded, Embezzled, Extorted, Ransomed, Robbed, etc.)
Unknown

3) For every Type of Property Loss reported as Recovered, then
• a corresponding Date Recovered must also be entered, and
• the property must also be reported as Stolen for both initial report submissions and re-submissions.

Property Description

At least one Property Description Type must be selected when Type of Property Loss is Burned, Counterfeited or Forged, Destroyed, Damaged or Vandalized, Recovered, Seized, Stolen, Bribed, Defrauded or Embezzled.

Suspected of Using/Gaming Motivation

At least one value must be selected, with no duplicates. A choice of None can only be used when no other value is selected (that is, it is mutually exclusive with other choices).

Valid Choices:
Alcohol
Computer Equipment
Gaming Activity Motive in Crime
Drugs or Narcotics
Not Applicable

Type of Victim

1) If the victim is either an Individual or Law Enforcement Officer, then a Type of Injury must be selected from the list of valid injuries types:

Valid Choices:

Apparent Broken Bones
Apparent Minor Injury
Loss of Teeth
None
 Other Major Injury
Possible Internal Injury
Severe Laceration
Unconsciousness

2) If there is a suspect, then Victim and Suspect Relationships must be established. For every suspect, this indicates any relationship with a victim or victims. The gender of the victims and suspects must reflect their implied relationship.

This relationship can be omitted only when there is nothing known about the suspect or suspects; or, the Type of Victim is Society or Public.


Valid choices when the victim and suspect are within the same family, and the victim was:

Spouse
Common Law Spouse
Parent
Sibling (Brother or Sister)
Other Family Member (Step-Grandparents, Ex-Common Law Spouse, Etc.)
Stepchild
Stepparent
Step-Sibling (Stepbrother or Stepsister)
Non-Married Live-In

Valid choices when the suspect was not a family member but known to the victim, and the victim was one of the following:

Acquaintance
Babysittee (the Baby)
Boyfriend or Girlfriend
Child of Boyfriend or Girlfriend
Employee
Employer
Estranged Spouse
Ex-Boyfriend or Ex-Girlfriend
Ex-Spouse
Friend
Homosexual Relationship
Neighbor
Otherwise Known

Valid Choices when the suspect was not known by the victim:

Relationship
Unknown Stranger

Other Valid Choices:

Victim was Offender

Valid Choices when the gender and connection between the victim and the suspect imply a relationship:

Relationship Sex of Victim and Sex of the Suspect Must Be
Victim as Ex-Spouse
Victim was Spouse
Victim was Common Law Spouse
Victim was Estranged Spouse
Homosexual
Victim was Offender
Victim was Boyfriend or Girlfriend
Victim was Ex-Boyfriend or Ex-Girlfriend
Non-Married Live-In
Different
Different
Different
Different
Same
Same
Different
Different
Different

Valid Choices when the age and connection between the victim and the offender imply a relationship:

Relationship Victim Must Be
Victim was Child
Victim was Parent
Victim was Grandparent
Victim was Grandchild
Victim was Offender
Victim was Babysitee (the Baby)
Victim was Spouse
Victim was Estranged Spouse
Victim was Common Law Spouse
Victim was Ex-Spouse
Victim was Non-Married Live-In
Younger
Older
Older
Older
Same Age
Younger
At Least 10 Years Old
At Least 10 Years Old
At Least 10 Years Old
At Least 10 Years Old
At Least 10 Years Old

Arson (UCR 200) LRS Codes

14:51/H – Aggravated Arson
14:51/U – Aggravated Arson
14:54/H – Placing Combustible Materials
14:54/U – Placing Combustible Materials
14:52.1/H – Simple Arson of Religious Building
14:52.1/U – Simple Arson of Religious Building
14:52/H – Simple Arson
14:52/U – Simple Arson
14:53/H – Arson with Intent to Defraud
14:53/U – Arson with Intent to Defraud
14:205/H – Fire Raising on Lands of Another with Malice
14:205/U – Fire Raising on Lands of Another with Malice

Type of Property Loss

1) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

2) When the offense is Completed, then Type of Property Loss must be Burned, and Property Description Type and Value of Property must both contain valid data. If Value of Property is Unknown, enter $1.00.

Loan Sharking, Extortion, Blackmail (UCR 210) LRS Codes

14:512 – Aggravated Loansharking
14:66 – Extortion
14:511 – Loansharking
14:135 – Public Salary Deduction
14:136 – Public Salary Extortion

Type of Weapon/Force

Must select at least one value from the drop-down list. Up to three (3) may be entered, but no duplicates. If there was no weapon used, or force involved, select None.

Valid Choices:

Asphyxiation
Automatic Firearm
Automatic Handgun
Automatic Rifle
Automatic Shotgun
Blunt Object (ex. Club, hammer, blackjack, etc.)
Drugs or Narcotics
Explosives
Fire/Incendiary Device
Firearm
Handgun
Knife/Cutting Instrument (ex. Ax, ice pick, screwdriver, switchblade, etc.)
Motor Vehicle (when used as a weapon)
No Force/Unarmed
Other Firearm
Other (Any weapon or force not fitting any other specifically coded weapon or force)
Personal Weapons (ex. Hands, feet, teeth, etc.)
Poison
Rifle
Shotgun
Unknown Weapon or Force

Type of Property Loss

1) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

2) When the offense is Completed, then Type of Property Loss must be Stolen or Recovered, and Property Description Type and Value of Property must both contain valid data. If Value of Property is Unknown, enter $1.00.

Type of Property Loss Must enter a valid Date Recovered when Type of Property Loss is Recovered.

Type of Victim

If the victim is either an Individual or Law Enforcement Officer, then a Type of Injury must be selected from the list of valid injuries types:

Valid Choices:

Apparent Broken Bones
Apparent Minor Injury
Loss of Teeth
None
Other Major Injury
Possible Internal Injury
Severe Laceration
Unconsciousness

Burglary, Obstruction of Justice,Unauthorized Entry (UCR 220) LRS Codes

14:130.1/I – Obstruction of Justice
14:60/I – Aggravated Burglary/Burglary
14:62.5 – Looting
14:62.6 – Simple Burglary of Church, Synagogue, Etc. or a Place Primarily Used for Religious Worship
14:62/I – Simple Burglary
14:62.2 – Simple Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling
14:62.1 – Simple Burglary of a Pharmacy
14:62.4 – Unauthorized Entry of a Place of Business
14:62.3 – Unauthorized Entry of an Inhabited Dwelling
14:61 – Unauthorized Entry of a Critical Infrastructure
14:228/A4 – Interference with Animal Research Facilities or Animal Management

Location Type

If either Hotel/Motel/Etc. or Rental Storage Facility is selected for Location Type, then:
1) Number of Premises Entered must contain the number of rooms, or storage compartments entered.

2) Method of Entry must be selected from one of the two following valid selections:

Valid choices:
Force
No Force.

Type of Property Loss

1) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

2) When the offense is Completed, then Type of Property Loss must be Stolen, Recovered, None or Unknown.

3) If there is only one Completed Crime Against Property offense within an incident, then only one Type of Property Loss can be selected, either Stolen or Unknown.

Type of Property Loss

1) When Type of Property Loss is Stolen or Recovered, then Property Description Type and Value of Property must both contain valid data. If Value of Property is Unknown, enter $1.00.

2) When Type of Property Loss is Recovered, then a valid date must be entered in Date Recovered.

Larceny, Larceny Theft, Pocket Picking, Purse Snatching (UCR 23A, 23B, 23C, 23D, 23F) LRS Codes

14:67/K – Theft or Pocket Picking (23A)
14:65.1 – Purse Snatching (23B)
14:67/S – Theft (23C)
14:67.10 – Theft of Goods (23C)
14:130.1/B – Obstruction of Justice (23D)
14:67/B – Theft (23D)
14:67/C – Theft from a Machine or Device
14:70.6 – Theft of Alarm Deactivation Devices
14:62/Z – Simple Burglary
14:67/Z – Theft

Type of Property Loss

1) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

2) When the offense is Completed, then Type of Property Loss is Stolen or Recovered, then Property Description Type and Value of Property must both contain valid data. If Value of Property is Unknown, enter $1.00.

Type of Property Loss: When Type of Property Loss is Recovered, then a valid date must be entered in Date Recovered.

Theft, Simple Burglary (UCR 23H) LRS Codes

14:67.15 – Theft of a Firearm
14:62/M – Simple Burglary
14:67.9 – Theft of Oil and Gas Equipment
14:67.8 – Theft of Oilfield Geological Survey
14:67.7 – Theft of Petroleum Products
14:93.4 – Exploitation of the Infirmed
14:67.1 – Theft of Livestock
14:67 – Theft
14:67.23 – Theft of a Used Building Component
14:67.17 – Theft of Motor Vehicle Fuel
14:67.19 – Theft of Anhydrous Ammonia
14:68.2 – Unauthorized Use of Food Stamps
14:67.5 – Theft of Crawfish
14:67.4 – Theft of Domesticated Fish from Fish Farm
14:67.2 – Theft of Animals
14:67.13 – Theft of Alligators
14:223.6 – Rental or Sale of Improperly Labeled Articles Prohibited
14:223.5 – Recording of Performances Without Consent Prohibited
14:221 – Avoiding Payment for Telecommunications Services, Cable Television Services, or Multipoint Distribution System Service
14:68 – Unauthorized Sale of Movable
14:67.6 – Theft of Utility Service; Inference of Commission of Theft
14:228/A6 – Interference with Animal Research Facilities or Animal Management
14:219 – Removal of Building or Structure from Immovable Property Subject to a Conventional Mortgage or Vendor’s Privilege
14:217 – Purchase or Sale of Seafoods Prohibited Under Certain Conditions
14:222 – Possession, Manufacture, Sale or Transfer of Devices For Avoidance of Payment for
Telecommunications Services or Related Offenses; Seizure of Devices
14:68.3 – Unauthorized Removal of a Motor Vehicle
14:222.1 – Unauthorized Interception of Cable Television
14:68.1 – Unauthorized Removal of Shopping Cart
14:71.2 – Failure to Pay Bridge or Bridge Causeway Toll

Type of Property Loss

1) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

2) When the offense is Completed, then Type of Property Loss is Stolen or Recovered, then Property Description Type and Value of Property must both contain valid data. If Value of Property is Unknown, enter $1.00.

Type of Property Loss: When Type of Property Loss is Recovered, then a valid date must be entered in Date Recovered.

Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (UCR 240) LRS Codes

14:68.4 – Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle

Type of Property Loss

1) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

2) When the offense is Completed, then Type of Property Loss is Stolen or Recovered, then Property Description Type and Value of Property must both contain valid data. If Value of Property is Unknown, enter $1.00.

Type of Property Loss: When Type of Property Loss is Recovered, then a Property Description Type must be selected from the drop-down list and Date Recovered must contain a valid date.

Counterfeiting, Forgery, Malfeasance (UCR 250) LRS Codes

14:130.1/X – Obstruction of Justice
14:72.2 – Monetary Instrument Abuse and Provides Definitions and Elements
27:263 – Crime of False Statements Relating to Gaming
14:72 – Forgery
14:70.4/X – Access Device Fraud, Counterfeiting or Forgery
14:223.7 – Counterfeiting or Possessing Counterfeit Labels Prohibited
14:229 – Illegal Use of Counterfeit Trademark
14:133 – Filing False Public Records
40:971/B1BX – Prohibited Acts; All Schedules
40:971/B1D – Prohibited Acts; All Schedules
40:971/B1E – Prohibited Acts; All Schedules
40:971/B1F – Prohibited Acts; All Schedules
40:971/B1G – Prohibited Acts; All Schedules
14:134.2 – Malfeasance in Office; Tampering with Evidence
14:228/A6X – Interference with Animal Research Facilities or Animal Management
14:72.1 – Use of Forged Academic Records
14:353 – Documents Simulating Official Court Papers for Collection

Type of Criminal Activity

Must select at least one, but no more than three, from the list of choices — duplicates are not allowed.

Valid Choices:

Buying/Receiving
Cultivation/Manufacturing/Publishing
Distribution/Selling
Exploiting Childern
Juvenile Gang
None or Unknown
Operating/Promoting/Assisting
Other
Other Gang
Possessing/Concealing
Possession with Intent to Sell
Transporting/Transmitting/Importing Using/Consuming.

Type of Property Loss

1) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

2) When the offense is Completed, then Type of Property Loss can only be Counterfeit/Forged, Recovered or Seized; and, Property Description Type and Value of Property must both contain valid data. If Value of Property is Unknown, enter $1.00.

Type of Property Loss: When Type of Property Loss is Recovered, then a valid date must be entered in Date Recovered.

Fraud (UCR 26A thru 26E) LRS Codes

27:99 – Crime of False Statements Relating to Gaming
14:70.4/FR – Access Device Fraud, False Pretenses, Swindle or Confidence Game
14:70.5/FR – Fraudulent Remuneration, False Pretenses, Swindle or Confidence Game
14:68.7 – Fraudulent Use of Sales Receipts
14:70.1 – MEDICAID Fraud
14:139 – Political Payroll Padding
14:139.1 – Political Payroll Padding by Sheriff
27:100/A – Cheating
14:139.2 – Transfer of Capital Assets of Clerk of Court’s Office Prohibited
40:971/B1A – Prohibited Acts; All Schedules
40:971/B1B – Prohibited Acts; All Schedules
40:971/B1C – Prohibited Acts; All Schedules
40:971/B1H – Prohibited Acts; All Schedules
27:264/A – Cheating
14:220 – Rented or Leased Motor Vehicles; Obtaining by False Representation, Etc.; Failure to Return
14:228/A3 – Interference with Animal Research Facilities or Animal Management
14:140 – Public Contract Fraud
14:138 – Public Payroll Fraud
14:213 – False Packing of Cotton Bales and Other Agricultural Products
14:67.14 – Fraudulent Acquisition of a Rental Motor Vehicle
27:264/B – Cheating
27:100/B – Cheating
14:351 – Bail, Sale, etc of Real Estate Securing Prohibited
40:1321.G – Fraudulent Use of an Identification Card
14:70 – False Accounting
14:70.3 – Fraud in Selling Agricultural Equipment
14:220.1 – Leased Movables; Obtaining by False Representations; Failure to Return or Surrender
14:126.3 – False Statements Concerning Employment in a Nursing or Health Care Facility
14:133.3 – Falsification of Drug Test
14:331 – Prohibition of Debt Adjusting When Conducted for Profit
32:421 – False Swearing
40:975 – Denial, Revocation or Suspension of License
14:67.11 – Credit Card Fraud by Persons Authorized
14:67.3 – Unauthorized Use of “Access Card” as Theft
14:70.4 – Access Device Fraud
14:70.2 – Refund or Access Device Application
14:67.16 – Identity Theft
14:72.3 – Identification of Alleged Offender
14:67.22 – Fraudulent Acquisition of a Credit Card
14:112.1 – False Impersonation of a Police Officer
14:68.6 – Unauthorized Ordering of Goods and Service
14:112 – False Impersonation
46:114.2 – Attempting or Aiding to Obtain Assistance Fraudulently
14:73.2 – Offenses Against Intellectual Property
14:73.5 – Computer Fraud

Type of Property Loss

1) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

2) When the offense is Completed, then Type of Property Loss can only be Counterfeit/Forged, Recovered or Seized; and, Property Description Type and Value of Property must both contain valid data. If Value of Property is Unknown, enter $1.00.

Type of Property Loss: When Type of Property Loss is Recovered, then a valid date must be entered in Date Recovered.

Video Poker Crimes (UCR 270) LRS Code

27:309/C – Video Poker Crimes and Penalties: Unauthorized Devices, Embezzlement

Type of Property Loss

1) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

2) When the offense is Completed, then Type of Property Loss is Stolen or Recovered, then Property Description Type and Value of Property must both contain valid data. If Value of Property is Unknown, enter $1.00.

Type of Property Loss: When Type of Property Loss is Recovered, then a valid date must be entered in Date Recovered.

Illegal Possession of Stolen Things (UCR 280) LRS Codes

14:211 – Timber, Willful Purchase When Not Paid for By Seller
14:212 – Timber, False Statement by Seller Prohibited
14:228/A7 – Interference with Animal Research Facility
14:69 – Illegal Possession of Stolen Things
14:69.1 – Illegal Possession of Stolen Firearms

Type of Criminal Activity

Must select at least one, but no more than three, from the list of choices — duplicates are not allowed.

Valid Choices:

Buying/Receiving
Cultivation/Manufacturing/Publishing
Distribution/Selling
Exploiting Childern
Juvenile Gang
None or Unknown
Operating/Promoting/Assisting
Other
Other Gang
Possessing/Concealing
Possession with Intent to Sell
Transporting/Transmitting/Importing Using/Consuming.

Destruction, Damage or Vandalism (UCR 290) LRS Codes

14:101 – Desecration of Graves
14:130.1/Y – Obstruction of Justice
14:132 – Injuring Public Record
14:206 – Fire Prevention Interference
14:207 – Motor Vehicle, Alteration or Removal of Identifying Numbers
14:225 – Institutional Vandalism
14:227 – Identification Number, Personal Property, Alteration or Removal Prohibited
14:228/A2 – Interference with Animal Research Facilities or Animal Management
14:228/A6Y – Interference with Animal Research Facilities or Animal Management
14:55 – Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property
14:56 – Simple Criminal Damage to Property
14:56.1 – Criminal Damage to Coin-Operated Devices
14:56.2 – Criminal Damage of a Pipeline Facility
14:57 – Damage to Property with Intent to Defraud
14:58 – Contaminating Water Supplies
14:59/A10 – Criminal Mischief
14:59/A3 – Criminal Mischief
14:63.2 – Destruction, Defacing, or Removal of Posted Signs
14:73.3 – Offenses Against Computer Equipment or Supplies
14:73.7 – Computer Tampering

Type of Property Loss

1) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

2) When the offense is Completed, then Type of Property Loss must be Destroyed/Damaged/Vandalized and Property Description Type and Value of Property must both contain valid data. If Value of Property is Unknown, enter $1.00.

Bribery (UCR 510) LRS Codes

14:70.5 – Fraudulent Remuneration, Bribery
14:120 – Corrupt Influencing
14:119 – Bribery of Voters
14:118 – Public Bribery
14:141 – Prohibited Splitting of Profits, Fees or Commissions
14:131 – Compounding a Felony
14:352 – Bribery of Withdrawn Candidates for Office Prohibited; Immunity of Witnesses; Fine to be Paid Informer
14:119.1 – Bribery of Parents of Schoolchildren
14:73 – Commercial Bribery

Type of Property Loss

1) When the offense is only Attempted, then Type of Property Loss must be None or Unknown.

2) When the offense is Completed, then Type of Property Loss must be Stolen, Recovered, None or Unknown.

3) If there is only one Completed Crime Against Property offense within an incident, then only one Type of Property Loss can be selected, either Stolen or Unknown – cannot have both.

Type of Property Loss: If Type of Property Loss is either Stolen or Recovered, then Property Description Type and Value of Property must both contain valid data. If Value of Property is Unknown, enter $1.00.

Type of Property Loss: If Type of Property Loss is Recovered, then Date Recovered must contain a valid date.

Misdemeanors (UCR 90A, 90Z) LRS Codes

14:71 – Issuing Worthless Checks (90A)
14:230 – Money Laundering
14:201 – Collateral Securities: Unauthorized Use or Withdrawal
14:223 – Sound Reproductions without Consent Prohibited
14:223.8 – Possessing of Tools and Equipment Used for Manufacturing Unauthorized Sound Recordings Prohibited
14:73.4 – Offenses Against Computer Users
14:218 – Seafood Sales and Purchases: Commercial Licenses Required of Seller
14:209 – Seals: Breaking Prohibited
14:210 – Taxicabs: Tampering with Meter Forbidden
14:228.1 – Interference with Animal Research Facilities or Animal Management
14:226 – Protection of Owners of Crayfish Farms
14:202 – Contractors: Misapplication of Payments Prohibited
14:224 – Transportation of Water from St. Tammany Parish Prohibited
14:59/A1 – Criminal Mischief
14:59/A2 – Criminal Mischief
14:59/A3 – Criminal Mischief
14:59/A4 – Criminal Mischief
14:59/A5 – Criminal Mischief
14:59/A6 – Criminal Mischief
14:59/A7 – Criminal Mischief
14:59/A8 – Criminal Mischief
14:203 – Electrical Appliances: Sale Without Original Factory Serial Number Prohibited
14:208 – Operas: Performance or Representation Without Consent of Owner Prohibited
14:204 – Fire-Raising on Lands of Another by Criminal Negligence
32:373 – Removal of Warning Device
32:291 – Liability for Damage to Highways

Offenses Connected to Victims that are Mutually Exclusive

The following matrix shows the LIBRS Crimes Against Person offenses that cannot occur to the same victim in the same incident. Each shaded square is the intersection of two offenses that, together in the same incident, are not allowed for a victim. For example, crimes of murder (09A) and manslaughter (09B) cannot be reported for the same victim within an incident.