Officials: Man pleads guilty to stealing car parts, selling them online

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A car dealership employee was sentenced to a year behind bars for selling stolen car parts on the internet.

Officials say John Labarbera stole more than $200,000 worth of parts at the Curry Acura dealership in Greenburgh, where he was working between May of 2011 and March of 2015.

Officials say he then sold the stolen parts on eBay and manipulated the dealership's accounting system to cover it up.

On top of the jail sentence, Labarbera was also ordered to pay back the dealership.

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