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Middlebury Home Invasion Case Continued

The two suspects appeared before Waterbury Superior Court and the case was continued until later this month.

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The court cases for Middlebury home invasion suspects Jennifer Labbe and Michael McCurry were continued until Monday, Oct. 22.

On Thursday, Oct. 11, two people allegedly entered a Middlebury home located at 161 Yale Ave. and stole items from the home while two children were inside.

The next day, Labbe and McCurry were arrested on the following charges related to the alleged home invasion:

  • Home Invasion
  • Conspiracy to Commit Burglary
  • Two counts of Risk Of Injury to a Minor
  • Conspiracy to Commit Larceny in the Sixth Degree

An arraignment for Labbe and McCurry was set for Monday, Oct. 15, at Waterbury Superior Court.

Both their cash-only bonds were reduced to $95,000. McCurry's bond was originally set at $750,000 and Labbe's was originally $500,000, according to Middlebury police.

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During the arraignment, McCurry started to share information with the judge, who advised him to speak with his public defender attorney, Wayne Jekot.

"I'm aware of what he wants to say," said Jekot. "I'm going to advise that he not say it."

In Labbe's file at the Waterbury Superior Court clerk's office, it was noted that Labbe was in need of medical and psychiatric attention, a matter that was also brought up during the arraignment.

Most of the arraignment was devoted to the suspects' past history with the law.

Labbe was found guilty of larceny in the sixth degree in April 2006, disorderly conduct in February 2012 and prostitution in August 2012.

In October 2004, McCurry was found guilty of risk of injury to a child and violation of probation, operating a motor vehicle under suspension.

    McCurry was found guilty on the following charges in June 2008: burglary in the third degree, larceny in the third degreeinterference with an officer/resisting arrest and use of a motor vehicle without permission and evading responsibility relating to the operation of a motor vehicle.

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