WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A parking enforcement officer in Mount Kisco has admitted to clearing the quarters out of the parking meters and taking some of them for himself – in a scheme that went on for over five years.
Jeffrey Daday, 36, of North Salem, was charged earlier this year with one count each of grand larceny and offering a false instrument for filing, according to the Westchester County District Attorney’s office.READ MORE: NYPD: 1 Of 2 Suspects In Custody After 3 Subway Riders Slashed Within Minutes In Lower Manhattan
He pleaded guilty in Westchester County court on Wednesday.
Over a period of more than five years between Jan. 5, 2009 and May 6 of this year, Daday, who worked as a parking enforcement officer for the Village of Mount Kisco, emptied parking meters in the town and put some of the proceeds – usually in the form of quarters – into his own bank account at the People’s United Savings Bank on Moger Avenue in Mount Kisco, prosecutors said.
Prosecutor said Daday stole more than $89,000 in parking meter revenue.READ MORE: Mega Millions Jackpot Soars Past $430 Million
Mount Kisco police and District Attorney’s office investigators began a surveillance operation after being alerted to the thefts.
They caught Daday at the bank branch as he made a deposit and arrested him, prosecutors said.
Kisco will be sentenced on Dec. 23. He faces up to 15 years in prison.MORE NEWS: New CDC Guidance Leaves Some Ready To Toss Their Masks, Others More Hesitant
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