Grand larceny in the fourth degree, a class E felony, involves stealing property when:
- The value of the property stolen exceeds one thousand dollars; or
- The character of the property stolen consists of: a publicly filed "public record"; "secret scientific material"; a credit card; a debit card; a firearm; a rifle; a shotgun; or
- The combined character and value of the property stolen consist of: a motor vehicle worth more than $100; or any item "used in connection with religious worship in any building or place used as a place of religious worship by a religious corporation" worth at least $100; or
- The thief has illicit intent regarding the property stolen consisting of: an "access device" stolen with the intent "to use unlawfully to obtain telephone service"; or "anhydrous ammonia or liquified ammonia gas" stolen with the intent that it be used "to manufacture methamphetamine"; or
- The theft location is "from the person of another" (for example pickpocketing); or
- The means of theft is "by extortion".