ᐅ North Dakota Arrest Database (ND)

North Dakota law declares that a Class A Felony offense can result in a maximum penalty of twenty years’ imprisonment, a fine of $20,000, or both. A Class B Felony offense can result in a sentence of up to ten years in prison and/or a fine of $20,000. Arrest Records By County – North Dakota … Read more

ᐅ North Carolina Arrest Database (NC)

If you are found in possession of stolen goods valued more than $1,000, you will face a felony charge. You will also face a felony charge if the property is taken from the person of another, if the theft is committed via breaking and entering, or if the property is a firearm. Arrest Records By … Read more

ᐅ Montana Arrest Database (MT)

Montana classifies the penalties for felony theft-related offenses based on the value of the property stolen and, sometimes, on the nature of items stolen or type of victim. Arrest Records By County – Montana (MT) Missoula  Ravalli  NameArrestPhoto Check person’s criminal record Police Records, Case Numbers, Background Search, Civil Judgments, Contact Information and Much More!

ᐅ Mississippi Arrest Database (MS)

Is theft a felony or misdemeanor? In many states, theft or larceny can be either a felony or a misdemeanor, depending on the type of stolen property or its value. Misdemeanor thefts might be referred to as petty or petit theft and involve stolen property valued under $1,000 or $2,000. Arrest Records By County – … Read more

ᐅ Missouri Arrest Database (MO)

What is the penalty for theft in Missouri: Class A Felony Theft: 10 – 30 years in prison, potentially a life sentence. Class B Felony Theft: 5 – 15 years in prison, and up to $10,000 in fines. Class C Felony Theft: 3 – 10 years in prison, and up to $10,000 in fines. Class … Read more

ᐅ Minnesota Arrest Database (MN)

What is the penalty for theft in MN? As a rule, theft is a criminal offense in Minnesota, above $1,000 is punishable by imprisonment for a year or more in prison. Theft of up to $5,000 – 5 years. Arrest Records By County – Minnesota (MN) Aitkin  Anoka  Beltrami  Benton  Blue Earth  Brown  Crow Wing  … Read more

ᐅ Michigan Arrest Database (MI)

Value of Property or Money Involved Maximum Michigan Penalty $1,000 to $20,000 5 years imprisonment and/or fine $10,000 $200 to $1,000 1 year imprisonment and/or fine $2,000 Under $200 93 days jail and/or fine $500 Arrest Records By County – Michigan (MI) Alpena  Chippewa  Clinton  Dickinson  Hillsdale  Isabella  Kalamazoo  Kent  Lapeer  Macomb  Midland  Muskegon  Oakland  … Read more

ᐅ Maine Arrest Database (ME)

In Maine, class D and E crimes are misdemeanors, while class A, B, and C crimes are felonies. A conviction of theft at any level can result in incarceration, as well as the payment of fines. Although each level of theft carries a specific maximum fine, Maine law also provides that a judge may order … Read more

ᐅ Maryland Arrest Database (MD)

Punishment for theft in Maryland: Theft of property or services worth $1,500 or more is guilty of a felony. If a person steals property or services worth at least $1,500, at least $25,000, the maximum penalty is five years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000. Arrest Records By County – Maryland (MD) … Read more

ᐅ Louisiana Arrest Database (LA)

Theft is an enhanceable offense in Louisiana meaning that a second or third conviction can carry increased penalties. In addition to any penalty imposed the defendant is also likely to be ordered to pay restitution. Additionally, victims of theft crimes can pursue civil charges against any a person on any theft charges to help reimburse … Read more