(1) Children and adolescents disrupted public order by committing petty thefts and larceny , not by becoming drunk and disorderly.(2) Drug use is a factor in the lives of people before incarceration and may be an instrumental reason why crimes such as theft, larceny , and forgery are committed.(3) For example, the old case management system had separate incident categories for burglary, larceny , fraud and robbery.(4) A concurrent effect to this drop in violent crime occurs in the form of an increase in some levels of property crimes, including larceny and auto theft.(5) Robbery, theft and larceny are rampant; rape, wounding and shooting are on the rise; and murder and kidnappings appear out of control.(6) The most prevalent property crimes are larceny , theft, burglary, and robbery.(7) In essence, he's a u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510love me, love my dogu251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu00fb kind of guy, with the pooch in question being larceny and theft.(8) Judicially speaking, injury and larceny are both crimes against the State, but in these criminal categories it is possible to identify particular victims.(9) It is also important to note that the majority of juveniles get arrested for property crimes, such as burglary and larceny , rather than for violent acts.(10) Petty theft and larceny are caused by poverty and frequent shortages of consumer goods, but violence is rare.(11) Of course, a few social faux pas are better than grand theft larceny !(12) Crimes leading to imprisonment included prostitution, drug use, larceny , robbery, parole violation, and extortion.(13) Most major crimes, and the crimes most important in popular culture, are those of burglary, theft, larceny , and corruption.(14) The remainder are mainly serving sentences of between six and 24 months for petty crimes; mostly larceny , shoplifting and prostitution.(15) The most common offences included larceny , burglary, malicious damage, criminal damage and a host of motoring offences.(16) After all, claim of right developed in relation to the law of larceny and where one was taking something physically that you believed belonged to you.