That's a great question, so I thought about it for a while.
my answer is maybe, depends on the intent of the action.
if you are keying a car, yes, maybe a day or 2 in jail. You don't have the right to damage another persons property
in the above situation, the parking lot owner or manager, should have a publicly posted policy about the negative side effects of using the wrong spot. IE: Towing
you bump your door and scratch the other guys car by accident, then no.
See a long time ago, someone keyed my car, and I caught them. Why, because they were jealous of my little piece of shit car ( it did make that sound putt putt putt every morning till it got warm, a hole in the floor board so when it rained I got a bit wet LOL ) that worked amazingly well and never gave me an issue and I took great pride it trying to keep it clean. the keying of my car caused me to become amazingly angry at them, and went out of my way for a long time to see that they had no advantages ever. Never offered them help, asked my neighbors not to help them, never offered to shovel the driveway or if I was on a grocery run, knock on their door and ask if they needed anything. They moved 2 years later.
so yes, 1 day of jail would have been the right amount of punishment for getting caught keying.