A man charged with beating a longtime Detroit antique dealer to death during a robbery was bound over Wednesday to stand trial.
Ronald Bradley, 34, is accused of attacking Nathan Feingold inside the 66-year-old’s Michigan Antiques shop on Detroit’s west side in May.
Feingold died at a hospital.
Bradley will be arraigned on charges of first-degre murder, felony murder and felony firearm later this month before a trial date is set.
A friend says Feingold had owned the store for more than 30 years and was a collector of antiques and model trains from the early 1900s.