Recent Death Of Mule Creek Inmate Investigated As Possible Homicide

Recent Death Of Mule Creek Inmate Investigated As Possible Homicide

Mule Creek State Prison Officials are investigating the death of an inmate as a possible homicide. According to prison officials, Saturday morning around 2:30, inmate Wayne Bradley, 50, was found unresponsive in his cell. Medical staff immediately responded, but Bradley was pronounced dead at the scene. Bradley was serving a 25-year sentence for robbery out of Los Angeles County. Prison Officials have named Bradley’s cell mate, 35 year old Everett McCoy as a suspect. McCoy is serving a 28 years to life with the possibility of parole for first-degree murder and second-degree robbery out of Sacramento County. McCoy has been placed in the prisons administrative segregation unit as the incident is being investigated. Inmate movement at the prison has been limited as the investigation continues. Mule Creek, which opened in 1987, houses approximately 3,700 minimum, medium and maximum-security inmates. 

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