(1) A person commits the crime of endangering aircraft if the person knowingly:
(a) Throws an object at, or drops an object upon, an aircraft;
(b) Discharges a bow and arrow, gun, airgun or firearm at or toward an aircraft;
(c) Tampers with any aircraft or aircraft equipment, fuel, lubricant or parts in a manner such as to impair the safety, efficiency or operation of the aircraft, unless the person does so with the consent of the owner, operator or possessor of the aircraft; or
(d) Places, sets, arms or causes to be discharged any spring gun, trap, explosive device or explosive material with the intent of damaging, destroying or discouraging the operation of any aircraft.
(2) Endangering aircraft is a Class C felony. [1981 c.901 §1]
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