(1) A person commits arson in the third degree if he or she intentionally sets fire to, burns, causes to be burned, or by the use of any explosive, damages or destroys, or causes to be damaged or destroyed, any property of another person without such other person's consent. Such property shall not be contained within a building and shall not be a building or occupied structure.
(2) Arson in the third degree is a Class IV felony if the damages amount to one thousand five hundred dollars or more.
(3) Arson in the third degree is a Class I misdemeanor if the damages are five hundred dollars or more but less than one thousand five hundred dollars.
(4) Arson in the third degree is a Class II misdemeanor if the damages are less than five hundred dollars.