Me and my girlfriend was arguing and she locked me out so before I left I turned the water valve off under her mobile home....there are water leaks under the trailer by the way..
With the information provided I would not think that action would rise to a felony charge. If there was a charge it could possibly criminal mischief and if damage was done, criminal damage to property. Good luck.
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