State v. Fish, 229 N.C. App. 584 (Sept. 17, 2013)

In a case in which the defendant was charged with conspiracy to commit felony larceny, the trial court did not err by denying the defendant’s motion to submit a jury instruction on conspiracy to commit misdemeanor larceny. The court determined that evidence of the cumulative value of the goods taken is evidence of a conspiracy to steal goods of that value, even if the conspirators’ agreement is silent as to exact quantity. Here, the evidence showed that the value of the items taken was well in excess of $1,000.