(1) PETTY THEFT UNDER $500. No person may
intentionally take and carry away, use, transfer, conceal, or retain possession
of movable property of another with a value under $500, without consent and
with intent to deprive the owner permanently of his or her property.
(2) THEFT. No person may intentionally take
and carry away, use, transfer, conceal, or retain possession of movable
property of an other with a value that exceeds $500 but not more than $1,000,
without consent and with intent to deprive the owner permanently of his or her
(3) RECEIVING STOLEN
PROPERTY. No person may intentionally receive or conceal stolen
(4) THEFT BY FRAUD UNDER
$500. No person may obtain money or property of another with a value under
$500, by intentionally deceiving him or her with a false representation which
is known to be false, made with intent to defraud, and which does defraud the
person to whom it is made. "False representation" includes a promise made with
intent not to perform it if it is part of a false and fraudulent
(a) No person may intentionally remove,
replace or alter indicia of price or value of merchandise, or conceal,
transfer, take and carry away, or retain possession of merchandise held for
resale by a merchant, or property of the merchant, without his or her consent
and with intent to deprive the merchant permanently of possession or the full
purchase price of the merchandise.
(b) In this subsection, "merchant" includes
any "merchant" as defined in s.
Stats., and any lessee authorized to sell within the geographical limits of the
EATING PLACES OR LODGING ACCOMMODATIONS.
No person may obtain any beverage, food, lodging accommodation or other
service, at any park concession stand, restaurant, eating place, hotel,
campground, or lodging facility, and intentionally defraud or abscond without
paying for it.
(b) In this
subsection, prima facie evidence of an intent to defraud has the meaning given
in s. 943.21(2),
WORTHLESS CHECK UNDER $500.
(a) No person may
issue any check or other order for the payment of money less than $500 which,
at the time of issuance, he or she intends not to be paid.
(b) In this subsection, prima facie evidence
that the person, at the time he or she issued the check or other order for
payment of money, intended it should not be paid, has the meaning and includes
the items of proof set forth in s.
USE OF CREDIT CARD UNDER $500.
(a) No person
may use a financial transaction card, with intent to defraud the issuer by
obtaining from a person or organization, money, goods, or services with a value
of under $500. Using a financial card which was expired or revoked, was not
lawfully issued to him or her, or knows that the financial transaction card,
had been altered, counterfeited, or forged, without the consent of the issuer
or lawful cardholder, or both.
In this subsection the term, "issuer" means the business organization or
financial institution which issues a financial transaction card or its duly
USE OF CHEATING TOKENS. No person may obtain the property or services of
another by depositing anything which he or she knows is not lawful money or is
an unauthorized token in any receptacle used for the deposit of coins or
(10) ENTRY INTO LOCKED
VEHICLE. No person may intentionally enter a locked or enclosed portion or
compartment of a vehicle of another without consent and with intent to steal
therefrom and deprive the owner permanently of his or her property.
ENTRY INTO LOCKED BUILDING, ROOM,
SECURED FENCED IN AREA OR ONTO A CONSTRUCTION SITE.
(a) No person may enter a locked and enclosed
building, room, secured fenced in area or a posted construction site, without
the consent of the owner or person in lawful possession
(b) In this subsection the term,
"construction site" means the site of the construction, alteration, painting or
repair of a building, structure or other work.
(c) In this subsection the term, "Owner or
person in lawful possession" of premises includes a person on whose behalf a
building is being constructed, altered, painted or repaired and the general
contractor or subcontractor engaged in that work.
(12) CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. No person
may intentionally cause damage to any physical property of another without the