CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
LARCENY AND RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS
18-4623. Stealing electric current — Evidence of guilt. In all prosecutions under the two (2) preceding sections, proof that any of the acts herein forbidden were done on or about the premises owned or occupied by the defendant charged with the commission of such offense, or that he received the benefit of any such electric current on account of the commission of such acts, shall be prima facie evidence of the guilt of such defendant.
[18-4623, added 1972, ch. 336, sec. 1, p. 941.]