York woman’s probation revoked in meth case that began with stolen doughnuts

YORK – Probation has been revoked for Angela S. Grady, 52, of York, who was initially sentenced in 2020 in a case involving methamphetamine.

This case began with stolen doughnuts and ended with a search warrant and the discovery of drugs.

Right before Christmas, 2019, a large amount of doughnuts was stolen from a locked holding area before they could be sold at a York grocery store.

Timothy Brungardt of York was seen in surveillance video taking the doughnuts and a search warrant was issued for the residence where Brungardt was staying.

Also living there were David Burling and Grady.

When the warrant was issued at that residence, the doughnuts were found.

Investigators said they also found much more, including a glass pipe with burned methamphetamine residue, multiple syringes (some used, some still packaged), a digital scale, a baggie with marijuana, a glass jar containing 69 grams of marijuana, more syringes and pipes with methamphetamine residue.

Grady was initially charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.

As part of a plea agreement, the charges were amended to one count of attempt of a Class 2A felony, which is a Class 3A felony. And she pleaded no contest. She was sentenced to three years probation.

But this week in York County District Court, that probation was revoked when she admitted to violating the terms of probation and she will be resentenced in late February.

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