ᐅ Tennessee Arrest Database (TN)

In this state, in order for the theft offense to be considered petty theft, the value of the property needs to have a value of $500 or less. The definition of theft in Tennessee is taking any item without having consent from the owner and having the intent of depriving the owner of the property. … Read more

ᐅ South Carolina Arrest Database (SC)

What is the threshold for felony theft? South Carolina draws the line at $2,000. Below that amount is petit larceny, a misdemeanor. Stealing $2,000 or more worth of property is grand larceny, a felony. Arrest Records By County – South Carolina (SC) Aiken  Anderson  Beaufort  Berkeley  Charleston  Cherokee  Chester  Darlington  Florence  Georgetown  Greenville  Greenwood  Horry  … Read more

ᐅ Texas Arrest Database (TX)

Theft is a broad criminal charge in Texas that includes a range of offenses from shoplifting and larceny to bouncing checks to buying stolen property. The punishments generally depend on the value of the stolen item and can be as little as a fine or as serious as prison time in extreme cases. Arrest Records By County – … Read more

ᐅ Pennsylvania Arrest Database (PA)

$2,000.00 or more is felony theft in PA. If the value of the property taken is $2,000.00 or more, the offender faces felony charges. In addition, if the offense involves a motor vehicle, boat, or airplane, the offense is a felony. Arrest Records By County – Pennsylvania (PA) Armstrong  Bedford  Clarion  Dauphin  Fayette  Greene  Mifflin  … Read more

ᐅ Oregon Arrest Database (OR)

Oregon law classifies the lowest-level theft offense as theft in the third degree. This class C misdemeanor includes cases where the total value of the stolen property or services is less than $100. A person who commits third-degree theft faces up to 30 days in jail and a $1,250 fine. Arrest Records By County – … Read more

ᐅ Oklahoma Arrest Database (OK)

Arrest Records By County – Oklahoma (OK) Carter  Choctaw  Cleveland  Comanche  Creek  Grady  McClain  Oklahoma  Okmulgee  Osage  Pawnee  Pottawatomie  Rogers  Tulsa  Wagoner  Check person’s criminal record Police Records, Case Numbers, Background Search, Civil Judgments, Contact Information and Much More!

ᐅ Ohio Arrest Database (OH)

1st Degree Misdemeanor – 6 month jail term and a $1000 fine. 5th Degree Felony – 6 – 12 month prison term and a $2500 fine. 4th Degree Felony – 6 – 18 prison term and a $5000 fine. 3rd Degree Felony – 9 months – 5 year prison term and a $10,000 fine. Arrest … Read more

ᐅ New Mexico Arrest Database (NM)

Stolen property or services valued at more than $20,000 results in a second-degree felony. A guilty person is subject to up to nine years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Arrest Records By County – New Mexico (NM) Bernalillo  Curry  Dona Ana  Eddy  Rio Arriba  San Miguel  Santa Fe  Sierra  Socorro  Check person’s criminal record … Read more

ᐅ New Jersey Arrest Database (NJ)

Theft is a crime of the fourth degree in New Jersey if the value of the property or services involved is at least $200 but not more than $500. Arrest Records By County – New Jersey (NJ) Essex  Ocean  Salem  Sussex  Check person’s criminal record Police Records, Case Numbers, Background Search, Civil Judgments, Contact Information … Read more

ᐅ New Hampshire Arrest Database (NH)

Theft constitutes an unclassified misdemeanor in New Hampshire if stolen property or services have a value of $1,000 or less. Such a theft may be charged as a class A or B misdemeanor. In most cases, prosecutors charge misdemeanor theft as a class B misdemeanor, which results in no jail time and a fine of … Read more