Troopers: Stolen catalytic converter investigation leads to felonies against Broadalbin man

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BROADALBIN A Broadalbin man is facing multiple felonies in a case that began with a catalytic converter theft report, New York State Police said.

Robert G. Terrell, 37, of Broadalbin, was arrested last week and charged with felony controlled substance, weapons and stolen property possession counts, along with felony grand larceny, police said.

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The investigation began Aug. 3 as police were notified of the theft of a catalytic converter from a vehicle parked at a service center in Broadalbin. That investigation led troopers to Terrell and a warrant to search his home, police said.

At his home, investigators found property stolen in multiple recent thefts, an illegal high-capacity firearm magazine, drugs and items containing drug residue, police said.

Terrell was arraigned and ordered held without bail.

Additional charges are expected, police said.

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