(a) A person commits reckless burning who:
(1) Recklessly starts a fire on the land, building, structure or personal property of another;
(2) Starts a fire on the person's own land, building, structure or personal property and recklessly allows the fire to escape and burn the property of another; or
(3) Knowingly starts an open air or unconfined fire in violation of a burning ban as provided in § 39-14-306(b) .
(b) Reckless burning is a Class A misdemeanor.
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