Doughnut-Eating Champ Arrested In Doughnut Shop Break

Doughnut-Eating Champ Arrested In Doughnut Shop Break

Doughnut-Eating Champ Arrested In Doughnut Shop Break

Bradley Hardison, 27, of Elizabeth City was charged Thursday with stealing from a Dunkin' Donuts in November.

Bradley Herbert Hardison, 27, of Elizabeth City, was charged Thursday in connection to robbing a Dunkin' Donuts on November 21.

Former donut eating champion who won first prize in 2014 contest was arrested for breaking into a Dunkin' Donuts shop. Police did not say if he stole any doughnuts.

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But years before he was an accused Dunkin' Donuts thief, Hardison gained national attention after he devoured eight doughnuts in two minutes, according to the report. Hardison beat police officers by scarfing down donuts in an event aimed to get "citizens and police to come together, standing in a united front against crime". After he won, police learned Hardison was wanted on suspicion of several break-ins.

Hardison would be arrested for the second time by the North Carolina authorities, but this time the charges brought against him are more severe. Camden County Sheriff's Office said the timing of the arrest was just a coincidence.

He was convicted of those crimes and received a suspended sentence of three years in jail, which ended in October 2017.

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