Chicago Bears Michael Richardson Charges for Murder in Shooting
Retired Chicago Bears All-Pro cornerback, Michael Calvin Richardson is accused of murder in the fatal shooting, Tuesday of Ronald Like, 47, in Phoenix.
The Maricopa County (Arizona) Sheriff’s Office established that Michael Richardson is a defendant in 47-year-old Ronald Like’s fatal shooting.
Tuesday morning, police reacted to the shooting and found Like with a critical gunshot injury. He was carried to a hospital in severe condition and later drowned.
59-year-old Richardson was captured Wednesday and accused of murder, misconduct affecting weapons, and a felony warrant. According to online jail records, he was hired into a Maricopa County jail where he is being taken without bond. He is programmed to appear in court on January 7.
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Is Michael Richardson’s Cause of Murder Using Drugs?
Police announced witness statements showed Michael “is considered to be a drug dealer,” and he has a history of transgression drug offenses, including an experience for the territory of dangerous drugs for purchase in February 2019.
Certain charges involve second-degree murder, possession of a weapon by a prohibited person, and dangerous drug possession for sale, online jail reports from Maricopa County where he was booked display.
Michael Richardson was a Super Bowl champion with the 1985 Bears furthermore a beginner on their famed defense. The man played college football at Arizona State University in 1979-82 and also is a Sun Devils Hall of Famer.
The judge anchored a $1 million secured appearance bond. Michael Richardson’s preliminary hearing is recorded on January 11.