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computer crime
the unauthorized access to someone else's computer
hacker
person who illegally accesses other people's computer systems
unauthorized use of a vehicle
unlawfully taking a car by someone who intends to use it only temporarily
concealment
the act of hiding either knowledge or objects
carjacking
a federal crime in which the perpetrator uses force or intimidation to steal a car from the driver
burglary
breaking and entering a building w/ intention of committing a felony
larceny
the unlawful taking of another's property with the intent to steal it.
forgery
the act of making a fake document or altering a real one w/ the intent to commit fraud
embezzlement
the taking of money or property by a person who has been entrusted with it, for example a bank teller/company accountant
robbery
the unlawful taking of property from a person's immediate possession by force or threat of force
uttering
offering to someone as genuine a document known to be a fake
shoplifting
a form of larceny in which items are taken from a store without payment or the intention to pay.
extortion
taking property illegally by force or threats of harm (ex.blackmail)
arson
the deliberate and malicious burning of property
vandalism
the deliberate destruction or defacement of property
receiving stolen property
receiving or buying property that is known or reasonably beleived to be stolen