Re: Neighbors destroying colonies
You got it. File charges. That is akin to "animal cruelty" - like poisoning a dog. The monetary loss should include replacing all equipment, at current costs, as well as drawn comb/full colony adjustments. A $2000-$3000 bill should get some attention - assuming he/she isn't as brain dead as they appear.
Get an IR camera - the bonehead might come out at 2AM, next time.
On the bright side - a can of Raid probably did little more than kill a few unfortunate foragers. 'Depends on what was in that can - not likely extremely toxic to the colony. You'll have to have the honey tested for pesticides - save the bill.
After 40 years of beekeeping, I've come to realize that the bees can fix most of my mistakes.