Retired Contractor Accused of Attempted Murder in Shooting Incident

Retired Contractor Accused of Attempted Murder in Shooting Incident

SAN RAFAEL – Marin County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a retired electrical contractor on November 25 for allegedly shooting and wounding another man inside a residence.

The victim was taken to Kaiser Permanente San Rafael Medical Center, where hospital staff notified the San Rafael Police Department that a man with gunshot wounds was brought there at approximately 2.10 a.m.

Police officers spoke with the victim at the hospital who told them that he was shot at a home on 3000 block of Vineyard Road, located in an unincorporated area of Marin County outside of Novato.

San Rafael police notified the county sheriff’s office, which sent detectives to the hospital where they also interviewed the gunshot victim, who was in stable condition after he received medical treatment in the emergency room.

Detectives went to the residence where the man said he’d been was shot—for further investigation.

Detectives served a search warrant and subsequently spent most of the day on Saturday combing through the residence and collecting evidence associated with the shooting incident.

Deputies detained the elderly occupant of the residence suspected of committing the shooting.

The suspect arrested, William T. Bradley, Sr., is the retired founder of the W. Bradley Electric Inc., a family-owned business.
Bradley is accused of attempted murder and making criminal threats of violence. He was booked at Marin County Jail, where bail for his release was set at $500,000.

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