Senate bill that would make it a potential felony to throw something
off an overpass or bridge is closer to passage.
written by Sen. Daisy Lawler, D-Comanche, is on its way to the House
Appropriations and Budget Committee. The bill would in some cases require
a penalty of up to 10 years in prison and a $1,000 fine.
would make the crime a felony if whatever is thrown causes injury or
property damage. Throwing something off that doesn't cause an injury
or property damage would be a misdemeanor.