HB2602 S JUD AM #1

Smith 7883

 

The Committee on the Judiciary moved to amend the bill by striking out everything after the enacting clause and inserting in lieu thereof the following:


ARTICLE 3. CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY.


61-3-18. Receiving or transferring stolen goods.


If any person buys or receives from another person, or aids in concealing, or transfers to a person other than the owner thereof, or possesses any stolen goods or other thing of value, which he or she knows or has reason to believe has been stolen, he shall be deemed that person is guilty of the larceny thereof, and may be prosecuted although the principal offender be not has not been convicted: Provided, That possession of stolen goods while acting at the request of law enforcement or in cooperation with law enforcement does not constitute a violation of this section.


 

Adopted

Rejected