BOWEN, PRESIDING JUDGE David McCord was separately indicted for four charges of theft in the first degree. The property involved in the indictments was (1) 932 bushels of soybeans belonging to William S. Lummus, Jr., and James H. Kirkland, Jr.; (2) 2382 bushels of corn and 10,071 bushels of soybeans belonging to Walton W. Rodgers; (3) 2454 bushels of soybeans belonging to Randall and Aubrey Hereford; and, (4) 2351 bushels of soybeans belonging to C. G. Cornelison. The alleged value of all the property totaled $111,922.77. The indictments were consolidated for trial and McCord was found guilty. Sentence was a five-year concurrent sentence on each indictment as well as restitution in the amount of the value of the property. On appeal, McCord argues that the State failed to present a prima facie case, failed to prove the value of the property named in the indictment, and introduced improper evidence of motive.