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Introducing Larceny in Michigan


As discussed in a previous article, Larceny is one of the common property crimes in the State of Michigan. 

Previously, we discussed that larceny is a common property crime. Michigan’s rate of 1,121 shows that the larceny incidents per 100,000 residents are lower than the nationwide rate of 1,550 per 100,000 and is the eighth lowest among states.

The Code in Michigan covers Larceny intently. If you want to look at Larceny in Michigan, we will link future articles in the list below.

Section 750.356 – Larceny; property; penalties; total value of property stolen; enhanced sentence; prior convictions; “scrap metal” defined

Section 750.356a – Larceny; motor vehicles or trailers; aggregate value; prior convictions; breaking or entering; damaging

Section 750.356b – Breaking and entering coin operated telephone, penalty

Section 750.356c – Retail fraud in first degree

Section 750.356d – Retail fraud in second degree

Section 750.357 – Larceny from the person

Section 750.357a – Larceny of livestock

Section 750.357b – Committing larceny by stealing firearm of another person as felony; penalty

Section 750.358 – Larceny at a fire

Section 750.359 – Larceny from vacant dwelling

Section 750.360 – Larceny; places of abode, work, storage, conveyance, worship and other places

Section 750.360a – Electronic or magnetic theft detection; shielding merchandise prohibited; violation as crime

Section 750.361 – Larceny or maliciously removing journal bearings or brasses

Section 750.362 – Larceny by conversion

Section 750.362a – Larceny; rented motor vehicle, trailer or other tangible property; penalty

Section 750.363 – Larceny by false personation

Section 750.364 – Larceny from libraries

Section 750.365 – Larceny from car or persons detained or injured by accident

Section 750.366 – Repealed

Section 750.367 – Taking or injuring trees, shrubs, vines, plants

Section 750.367a – Larceny of rationed goods, wares and merchandise

Section 750.367b – Taking possession of and use of airplane

Section 750.367c – Theft of motor vehicle fuel

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