Maine man pleads guilty to tampering with pizza dough
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - A Maine man accused of tampering with pizza dough has pleaded guilty to one of the two federal charges of tampering with a consumer product.
WCSH-TV reports that Nicholas Mitchell was arrested last October after razor blades and bits of metal were discovered in pre-made pizza dough sold at Hannaford supermarkets in Maine and New Hampshire.
He has agreed to plead guilty to one count and accept a sentence of up to four years and nine months, according to court documents.
Mitchell waived his right to bail and will remain in jail until his trial on August 2.
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