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Donuts, Drunkards, & D’Oh!:
Donut Shop Shenanigans

D’oh! Nuts!
Donut Champion Dunked Into A Jail Cell

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Pictured: Artist’s interpretation of suspect being detained at the local jail…or not.

A North Carolina man was arrested for stealing and breaking into a Dunkin’ Donuts. According to police he is being charged with felonies including breaking and entering and larceny (meaning the theft of someone’s property). It wasn’t specified if any donuts were taken during the theft.

In 2014, the same man won a donut eating contest while being wanted on suspicion of multiple break-ins. After competing in the donut event, Bradley Hardison (the suspect) prompted closer watch by investigators which led to him being convicted. Ironically, he won the contest at the police department’s “National Night Out Against Crime” event.

Hardison was held on a $7,000 bond for his latest charges of breaking and entering and larceny.

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Questions:

1)What punishments could Hardison face for the breaking and entering charge in Nevada?

2) What punishments could he face for the larceny charge in Nevada?

Be sure to provide full explanations for each of your answers. For more details, you can read the article this piece was sourced from here:
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/bradley-hardison-elizabeth-city-donut-eating-winner-charged-arrested-dunkin-donuts/




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