DETROIT (WXYZ) - The man accused in the brutal death of antiques dealer Nathan Feingold will be arraigned Sunday afternoon.
65-year-old Feingold died Tuesday when someone came into his store and beat him to death with a baseball bat.
We’re told 34-year-old Ronald Bradley was trying to sell electronics in a neighborhood Wednesday night, and a tip led to his arrest.
Bradley faces charges of first degree murder and larceny.
Feingold had been dealing antiques in Detroit for more than 25 years. He owned a store on Michigan Avenue in Detroit.
He leaves behind a wife and two daughters.
Two years ago, Feingold shot and killed a man who was trying to rob him in the store.
His friends wonder if that incident had anything to do with his murder.
Stay with 7 Action News and WXYZ.com for more updates on this developing news.
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