Sentry (Laravel) > 1.0.0 processes Exceptions which I do catch on my own

I did migrate an Laravel application from 5.3 to 5.8 the last days. Thatfor I migrated from sentry-laravel like ~0.4 to ~1.1.

Now on pre-production, some Exceptions coming in, which I did get confused.

try {
    $ret = $this->getHeadersByTypeId(EmailHeaderType::byNameOrCreate('subject')->id)
} catch (\Exception $e) {
    $ret = '';

I used this code for 8 months now, it get called hundert times a day. Never had problems. Now with the new sentry integration, the code even works like expected, but it tracks the Exceptions in Sentry, which I do not expect here.

I want sentry to catch Exceptions, I did not cought by myself. Like it was before sentry 1.0

Is there some config I can use to configure this behaviour?

Thanks for your time