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Former teacher pleads guilty to supplying minors with alcohol

PUEBLO – A former South High School teacher has pleaded guilty to supplying students with alcohol at parties at her home in a plea deal in which she must give up her teaching license.Amanda Tilley, 35, pleaded guilty to a felony count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and two misdemeanor counts of providing alcohol to minors Thursday. Other charges were dismissed. She was promised a deferred sentence at a hearing in March.She cannot reapply for a Colorado teaching license under the plea deal.Tilley, South High security guard Joseph Buddy Borjon, 24, and Corwin Middle School teacher Daniel Zufall, 25, were suspended from their jobs in April after they were charged with crimes related to the parties. They no longer work for Pueblo City Schools.Borjon and Zufall pleaded guilty to reduced charges and received deferred sentences. However, Borjon is serving 16 days in jail for violating conditions of his probation by staying out of range for his ankle bracelet.


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