The dispatch woman who was so intent on reading from a computer said my mailbox is “public property” “on a road” and anyone can put anything in it.
Damaging someone’s property is considered criminal mischief under C.R.S. 18-4-501. Criminal mischief involves knowingly damaging real property or the personal property of another. Even if the property was co-owned by one of the people who damaged the property, they could still be charged with criminal mischief.