larceny


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Synonyms for larceny

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the crime of taking someone else's property without consent

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Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, a class D felony, 15 counts
He is also facing 15 larceny charges on dates between July 20, 1999 to January 31, 2001 totalling EUR4,349.
a) The most common methods employees use to steal cash from an organization are, in order: fraudulent disbursements, skimming and cash larceny.
Larceny, of course, is a serious crime and is punishable by law.
Yet she and her colleague David Inouye of the University of Maryland in College Park question whether such larceny necessarily harms the plant.
The police arrested Szamuely at his gym in SoHo on charges of grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property, and found 570 university books, some of them out of print, in Szamuely's apartment.
Pamela Ballard, 44, of Pine Bush was arrested on November 17 for stealing over $65,000 from United Healthcare in Kingston, and charged with grand larceny in the second degree.
An unlicensed contractor who had been sought by area police departments on larceny charges was arraigned Tuesday morning in East Brookfield District morning and released on $5,000 bail, court officials said.
Robert Chiarappa, 45, has been indicted on multiple grand larceny charges.
Showing declines valleywide were rape, assault, larceny and arson.
On the branches of the fraud tree are three main ways to embezzle cash: skimming, larceny and fraudulent disbursements.
APRIL 8, 1990 - Convicted under the larceny act of malicious damage.
Larceny, credit card fraud, report taken, 310 Gulf St.