Doug, see my comment at 10:55 AM. While I suppose there may be a philosophical defense of a system that addresses each of these acts in terms of their harm to the individual or his property, in Western law these are considered attacks on the state and society, which is the definition of a "crime." Acts that harm individual property or person are torts, and are addressed in civil courts.
The idea is that the harm of a theft (for instance) goes far beyond how it harms the individual who lost his property, it assaults the very idea of private property itself, and that harms everybody. Likewise murder harms far more than the individual who lost his life or the family who lost that person's income and presence; it assaults everyone's safety.