No, no crimes committed that I know of. Unless a deer nibbling on tender new vine growth is considered to be a criminal.
The red and white strips of plastic tape go up around the vineyard in places where hungry chevreuils, called "roe" deer, might be tempted to feed. The plastic strips are supposed to scare them off. The tape does flutter, flap, and shimmer in the breeze in a way that might make a deer nervous. I wonder if deer, like dogs, are color-blind.
Callie chased a deer near this spot yesterday morning. She was pretty excited, and she got some good exercise. She never really got close to the deer, however. It was in the woods along a ravine, and Callie seems always to want to be able to see me, so she doesn't go far.