He was previously charged with burglary and grand larceny
, making him eligible to be sentenced under the act.
The structural steel fabrication company has admitted to 3rd Degree Grand Larceny
and will pay back the money on a five-year plan, which started with a $1.5 million payment on August 13.
Her mother used to threaten her children with putting them in the prison if they exhibited bad behavior, and when her parents separated in the 1970s, her mother shoplifted and committed grand larceny
to stay afloat.
The New York Police Department charged a 21-year-old woman for grand larceny
last week after allegedly faking her own kidnapping to get $75,000 from her parents in China, according to reports in the New York Daily News and the Daily Mail.
The one-time darling of the Big Apple social scene was last night set to stand trial on grand larceny
and theft of services charges.
The deceased inmate's criminal past included charges for drug possession, assaulting a police officer, shoplifting, and, most recently, first-degree burglary and grand larceny
. Clark said his personal opinion is that the shooting was well within the justified use of force under state law, but he will forward the case to prosecutors once his investigation is finished.
Petit larceny, she explained, gets you jail time up to a year, while grand larceny
can go up to seven years.
A state appeals court upheld the conviction of a man on burglary, grand larceny
and other charges in a split decision that condemned the conduct of the prosecutor, Livingston County District Attorney Gregory J.
Raila condemned the MPs saying, 'The Parliamentary Service Commission Bill is a case of grand larceny
and an anti-people and insensitive demand that should be disowned and rejected as inappropriate and unacceptable to a great majority of Kenyans if not all, at this time'.
"This investigation exposes how one scheme resulted in a spectrum of fraudulent conduct, including money laundering, grand larceny
and the unauthorized practice of medicine, according to the charges."
A Lake Grove doctor faces second-degree grand larceny
charges after authorities say he stole nearly $939,000 from New York Medicaid and the program's managed care organizations.
After reiterating that appellant had been convicted of grand larceny
, the trial court awarded the victim $58,054.80 in restitution, the value of the missing silver.