SMETHPORT — A Bradford man accused of drug-related and harassment cases pleaded guilty Thursday in McKean County Court.

Tony J. McCormick, 32, of Bradford, entered pleas in two cases: in one case, to possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, and in the other to three counts of harassment.

District Attorney Stephanie Vettenburg-Shaffer explained that in one case McCormick possessed with the intent to deliver about 3.34 grams of methamphetamine and 3.2 grams of crack, as well as multiple items of drug paraphernalia. In the other case, McCormick made various threats or said alarming words over the phone.

He will be sentenced March 4.

Also in court, Ryan S. Thomas, 39, of Bradford, pleaded guilty to charges of possession of a firearm prohibited and a summary charge. According to Assistant District Attorney Ashley Shade, on Nov. 9, Thomas possessed a firearm, despite a previous conviction that precluded him from doing so, and he threatened a female. He will be sentenced Jan. 14.

Jonathan M. Sadlowski, 31, of Kane, pleaded guilty to charges in a case stemming from Jan. 12, 2020, in Bradford City. Court records filed at the time of his arrest alleged that Sadlowski, while under the influence of alcohol and a controlled substance, led several police officers on a high-speed chase.

Brianna Hart, 23, of Gifford, pleaded guilty to a charge of statement under penalty. On July 22, Hart provided a false written statement to police officers who were investigating rape allegations, according to Shaffer. Hart will be sentenced March 4.

Accepted into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Program were Michele Thompson, 49, of Port Allegany, for endangering the welfare of children and recklessly endangering another person; Benjamin A. Yonker, 22, of Wilcox, for DUI-controlled substance; and Lisa D. Dehaven, 59, of Port Allegany, Matthew A. Mills, 33, of Limestone, N.Y., and David A. Feely, 59, of Bradford, all for DUI-alcohol.

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