DETROIT (WXYZ) - The man accused of a deadly attack on an antique dealer with a baseball bat was arraigned on murder charges on Sunday.
Ronald Sherdell Bradley, 34, was arraigned in 36th District court on first degree premeditated murder, felony murder and larceny from a person charges.
Police believe Bradley came into Michigan Antiques on Michigan Avenue on May 8 and brutally attacked the owner with a baseball bat. Nathan Feingold, 66, who sold antiques for more than 25 years in Detroit, was killed.
Bradley’s sister and niece, who didn’t want to give their names, told Action News they couldn’t believe he was involved with the murder. They say he had been using drugs, but he wasn’t violent when he was on them.
A magistrate remanded Bradley into custody. His preliminary hearing was set for May 24.
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