There is a wide variety of larceny and theft crimes, including but not limited to:

Shoplifting
Petty larceny (under $250)
Grand larceny over $250)
Larceny by false pretense
Larceny by check
Larceny by scheme
Bank Robbery
Burglary
Being a common and notorious thief
Conversion
Larceny by check
Uttering
Forgery
Embezzlement
Credit Card Fraud
Insurance Fraud
Mail Fraud
Health Care Fraud
Receiving stolen property
Auto theft / larceny of motor vehicle
Identity Theft Crimes
White Collar Crimes
Obtaining property by false pretense
Home Invasion

Depending upon the particular charge and the facts of your case, you could be facing fines, restitution, probation, community service or prison, not to mention the impact these charges will have on your future employment endeavors if you are found guilty. If you are under investigation or have been charged with any theft or larceny charge it is important that you speak with a qualified defense attorney before speaking with the police or prosecution.