In the state of Florida, there is no specific "grand theft auto" statute. It is simply considered a crime under "grand theft" and it carries a third degree felony count to it. It just so happens when the case involves the theft of a motor vehicle, the term "grand theft auto" is used. Score one for the video game makers.
When you are out at one of Orlando's many beautiful theme parks, the last thing on your mind is being robbed. Especially by one of park's employees.
Grand Theft Juvenile. It kind of sounds like a new video game. But for one young man, this could be game over.