Defrauding an innkeeper, which includes “dine and dash,” is often thought of as an adolescent prank, perhaps even an initiation stunt for a social club at a high school. However, it is theft and it can involve significant lost revenue for a restaurant. But can it be charged as a felony? After all, a felony is a very serious crime – the most serious. To read answers to how defrauding an innkeeper can be charged and why, click on the following link.