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York Man Pleas No Contest In Doughnut And Drug Related Case | KTIC Radio

York Man Pleas No Contest In Doughnut And Drug Related Case

York Man Pleas No Contest In Doughnut And Drug Related Case

YORK- Timothy Brungardt, 29, of York entered his pleas in York County Court last week and pleaded no contest on three separate counts. Brungardt has been accused of stealing a large number of doughnuts, then being caught later with drugs. The incident occurred on December 21st when employees at Grand Central Foods told the police their overnight doughnut delivery was stolen early that morning.

The Police were served a warrant to search the home where they believed the doughnuts were taken to. When the officers arrived at the home, they found the doughnuts, and in addition to that, they found meth, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The Police Department then obtained a second warrant, this time to obtain the drugs.

Brungardt pleaded no contest to attempted possession of a controlled substance, false reporting, and theft by unlawful taking with a value of $0-$500, all of which are Class 1 misdemeanors. He is scheduled for sentencing on February 19th. Brungardt faces up to three years in jail.

Two other people are involved with the case and were allegedly found in possession of controlled substances at the residence where the search warrant issued and the search was conducted.

Angela Grady, 49, and David Burling, 50, both of York, have been charged with possession of a controlled substance (Class 4 felony) and possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver (Class 2A felony).

According to court documents searched the residence and found a glass pipe with burned methamphetamine residue, multiple syringes, a digital scale, a baggie of marijuana, a glass jar containing 69 grams of marijuana, and pipes with methamphetamine residue.

Grady waived her preliminary hearing and her arraignment proceedings have been set for February 10th. Burling’s preliminary hearing is set for January 22nd.

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