Man accused of beating antique store owner to death pleads guilty to murder

Published On: Feb 05 2013 01:13:08 PM EST
Updated On: Feb 05 2013 01:19:21 PM EST
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DETROIT -

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.

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