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Larceny From a Merchant

Merchant and Money

Larceny from a merchant under North Carolina General Statute 14-72.11 occurs when a person (1) commits a larceny (2) against a merchant and (3)(a) takes property valued at more than $200 using a specified exit door to leave the premises, (b)removes, destroys, or deactivates a component of an anti-shoplifting or inventory control device to prevent the activation of any such device, (c) affixes a product code created to fraudulently obtain goods or merchandise at less than actual sale price or (d) the property is infant formula valued at more than $100.

Larceny from a merchant is a class H felony with a maximum punishment under the law of 39 months incarceration.

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