Man accused of beating antique store owner to death pleads guilty to murder
Ronald Bradley, 34, pleads guilty to death of Nathan Feingold during 2012 robbery
The man accused of beating a business owner to death inside his antique store, pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of 2nd degree murder.
Ronald Bradley, 34, pled guilty to beating shop owner Nathan Feingold during a robbery in 2012.
Feingold was found unresponsive inside his Michigan Antiques store in Detroit on May 8th.
The 66-year-old from Oakland County's West Bloomfield Township later died at a hospital.
The prosecutor's office said Bradley beat Feingold with a bat and took money from him.
Bradley was originally arraigned on charges of first degree murder, felony murder, and felony firearms possession.
The prosecutor suggested 36-60 years in prison for the plea of 2nd degree murder. A sentencing date was not immediately set.