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Section 150.01 Arson in the fifth degree
A person is guilty of arson in the fifth degree when he or she intentionally damages property of another without
consent of the owner by intentionally starting a fire or causing an explosion.

Arson in the fifth degree is a class A misdemeanor.
Section 150.05 Arson in the fourth degree
A person is guilty of arson in the fourth degree when he recklessly damages a building or motor vehicle by intentionally starting a fire or causing an explosion.

Arson in the fourth degree is a class E felony.
Section 150.10 Arson in the third degree
A person is guilty of arson in the third degree when he intentionally damages a building or motor vehicle by starting a fire or causing an explosion.

Arson in the third degree is a class C felony.
Section 150.15 Arson in the second degree
A person is guilty of arson in the second degree when he intentionally damages a building or motor vehicle by starting a fire, and when (a) another person who is not a participant in the crime is present in such building or motor vehicle at the time, and (b) the defendant knows that presence of such a person therein is a reasonable possibility.

Arson in the second degree is a class B felony.
Section 150.20 Arson in the first degree
A person is guilty of arson in the first degree when he intentionally damages a building or motor vehicle by causing an explosion or a fire and when:
G-Gain
E-Explosive
M-Molotov Cocktail
S-SPI

Arson in the first degree is a class A-I felony.