The following table explains the penalties for theft of rental property.
Four years imprisonment
Twelve years imprisonment
No limit on fine
Five years after release
Class 4 Felony
Two Years imprisonment
Six years imprisonment
Three years after release
Six months imprisonment, or five hundred dollar fine, or both
Eighteen months imprisonment, or five thousand dollars fine, or both
Class 2 Misdemeanor
Three months imprisonment, or two hundred fifty dollars fine, or both
Twelve months imprisonment, or one thousand dollars fine, or both
Class 3 Misdemeanor
Fifty dollars fine
Three Years Imprisonment
What Happens if You Commit Theft of Rental Property More Than Once?
Colorado Revised Statute § 18-4-402 Theft of Rental Property
(6) When a person commits theft of rental property twice or more within a period of six months, two or more of the thefts of rental property may be aggregated and charged in a single count, in which event the thefts so aggregated and charged shall constitute a single offense, and, if the aggregate value of the property involved is one thousand dollars or more but less than twenty thousand dollars, it is a class 5 felony; however, if the aggregate value of the property involved is twenty thousand dollars or more, it is a class 3 felony.