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Category Archives: larceny

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Four Different Types of Larceny Crimes in Virginia

By Simms Showers LLP |

Larceny is another word for theft. From a legal standpoint, larceny refers to the unlawful taking of another person’s property, without any intention to return the property. Though the definition of and penalties for larceny crimes in Virginia fluctuates based on a number of circumstances, such as the type or value of the stolen… Read More »

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Virginia Law Enforcement Arrests Three for Larceny and Robbery

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The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged two men and a woman for armed robbery, grand larceny and other crimes, as reported by WSET. Authorities continue to search for a third man in connection with these crimes. Law enforcement responded to a 911 call from a residential home. The resident requested urgent help… Read More »

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Silent Theft of Virginia Bank Leads to Grand Larceny

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Without speaking a word or threatening force, a man committed grand larceny at a bank in Virginia and took off with approximately $4,000, as reported by The Roanoke Times. The man walked into the bank and slid a note to a teller. The note simply asked for $4,000 in cash without any marked bills… Read More »

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Virginia Beach Police Search for Larceny Suspects

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Virginia Beach police are looking for two suspects in connection with several larcenies that led to credit card fraud, as reported by WTKR. The suspects broke into two different vehicles – one on the 1600 block of Independence Boulevard and another on the 4100 block of First Court. The suspects shattered the windows on… Read More »

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Virginia Man Charged With Larceny In Missing Evidence Case

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The son of a former Augusta County sheriff was charged with grand larceny and larceny with intent to sell or distribute, as reported by The News Virginian. The charges stem from a two-year-old probe into missing evidence. At least one firearm and $4,000 in seized funds disappeared from the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office. To… Read More »

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Virginia Larceny Basics

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Larceny is the legal term for what is usually called theft. Virginia breaks its theft law up into two categories – petit larceny and grand larceny. Shoplifting is one of the most common forms of larceny. This article explains the basics of Virginia larceny law. Definition of Larceny Like most legal terms, the concept… Read More »

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Virginia Larceny Case Shines Light on Immigration Issues

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In February of this year, the Virginia Supreme Court reversed the conviction of an Ethiopian immigrant who has been in the United States since the age of nine. Michael Zemene, whose father obtained asylum in the United States as a political dissident in his home country, became a lawful permanent resident (LPR, more commonly… Read More »

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