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But said article only applies to the simple crimes of theft, swindling and malicious mischief.
The insurance company denied coverage on the grounds that the fire was excluded as vandalism and malicious mischief.
Additionally, vandalism and malicious mischief coverage (VM&M) can be helpful.
Unoccupied homes present a greater risk for theft, vandalism, malicious mischief and fire, among other concerns.
com)-- Police charged two juveniles with 23 counts of malicious mischief and one count of trespassing after a Sonitrol Pacific audio security system detected suspicious activity at a Washington school April 25.
AP) -- A Pearl River Community College student faces misdemeanor charges of malicious mischief after officials say exploding fireworks in a dormitory room triggered a small fire.
Insurance policies should be reviewed to determine what coverage is available during a strike, and additional insurance coverage against vandalism or malicious mischief, should be considered.
USA Today reported "charges of malicious mischief, house burglary, conspiracy and directing a minor to commit malicious mischief.
The cold buildings conceal children awaiting trial for offenses ranging from malicious mischief to murder.
She was arrested for investigation of malicious mischief and the police are reportedly also examining whether alcohol and prescription medication played a part in the incident.
Notwithstanding the provisions of any Company vehicle rental agreement executed by the Government renter pursuant to this agreement, the Company hereby assumes and shall bear the entire risk of loss of or damage to the rented vehicles (including costs of towing, administrative costs, loss of use, and replacements), from any and every cause whatsoever, including without limitation, casualty, collision, fire, upset, malicious mischief, vandalism, tire damage, falling objects, overhead damage, glass breakage, strike, civil commotion, theft and mysterious disappearance.