So far I've managed to shoot at least two animals dead-center in the backside, one of which was meant for the bear's head and I found out he wasn't facing me, and the other one....
I'm fighting two dragons at once outside Windhelm. One dragon is over a hill, but I can see the top half of the dragon through the grass. I shoot, hear a horse scream, and go over the hill to find I gained a 40 bounty for sodomizing a horse with an arrow.
Taking stuff in general. Merchants with items on their counter, random items on the ground I try to place nicely on a different surface but fail... I never play a thief anymore, but most of my bounty comes from accidental theft.
It's funny. I try to be the hero, a dragonslayer, but I can't help but take something I need if I can get away with it. In the end though, I consider it payment for my hard work. I'm traveling across Skyrim, seeking out dragons and bringing them to justice by sword. If not me, no-one would (or could). So I take the things I need to make it happen, because the people owe me that. If it makes people feel better, let's call my dragon hunting a collaborative effort.
Occasionally I commit assault. Most of the time I find out I've done it through the stats, then I wonder how and when it happened. Sometimes though, it happens because people are stupid enough to jump in front of my sword while I'm trying to save their lives.
Taking stuff, instead of talking to merchants. Lookin at you, golden claw.
Haha, I always take that even on good playthroughs. On my last one I tried to "pay" him for it by putting some gold in one of their containers. Apparently giving gold to someone in such a manner is considered a crime in Skyrim and I was promptly attacked. -.-