Daniel Labbe pleaded guilty Thursday, April 27, which could see him face two to four years in prison in addition to his current sentence, the Suffolk County District Attorney announced.

Labbe, 43, of Medford, removed two catalytic converters from a work truck parked in front of MJM Plumbing & Mechanical, Inc. in Rocky Point, according to court documents and his request.

The incident occurred at around 8:50 am on October 22, 2022

“This defendant was caught not once, but twice, for stealing catalytic converters from vehicles that disrupted a local business in Suffolk County,” District Attorney Raymond A. . Tierney) said.

“To those trying to steal catalytic converters in Suffolk, our message is clear – we are watching and you will be held accountable for your actions.”

Labbe is due to appear in court again on Wednesday, May 17. He is expected to receive a sentence of two to four years in prison.

He is currently serving two to four years in prison for the previous catalytic converter theft and was sentenced on January 13.

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