Any crime that would be larceny, embezzlement, or false pretenses under common law may be charged as larceny.
Types of Larceny
1) Grand Larceny: Is committed when a person commits
(a) Larceny from the person of another, taking money or things worth $5 or more;
(b) Simple Larceny, not from the person of another, taking goods and chattels worth $500 or more; or
(c) Simple Larceny, not from the person of another, taking any firearm, regardless of its value.
2) Petit Larceny: lesser amounts
Presumption of Larceny: One in the unexplained and exclusive possession of recently stolen property can be presumed to be guilty of larceny.
Relationship to Robbery: Larceny is a lesser included offense of robbery.
Extortion: Threatening injury to the character, person,or property of another or accusing another of any offense and thereby extorting money, property, pecuniary benefit, or any note or other evidence of debt.
Sending a note or an electronically transmitted communication threatening to kill or do great bodily harm to the victim or her family.
The malicious burning of any building.
Burning: This includes the use of explosive devices and other substances.
Dwelling: This includes any structure or building in which persons usually dwell or lodge, including manufactured homes, boats, trailers, hotels, hospitals, mental health facilities, houses of worship, railroad cars, vessels, jails, or prisons, but outhouses are not dwellings for purposes of the arson statutes.