Muszynski pleaded guilty to two charges of accomplice to burglary, receiving one and half to three years suspended for one charge, and a year, with all but 98 days suspended, on the second charge, according to the county attorney’s office.
Rockingham County Attorney James Reams said his office requested that Muszynski serve at least one and a half to three years in prison. Judge Kenneth McHugh gave Muszynski credit for the 98 days he already served in jail shortly after his arrest.
If convicted at trial on the two felony charges,
Muszynski faced three and half to seven years in state prison on each charge. He had also been indicted on charges of reckless driving and disobeying an officer. He was not prosecuted on those charges.