Earlier this month, Bradley was arraigned in Nome with one charge of manslaughter and one charge of murder in the second degree. Those charges were related to a 4-wheeler crash that occurred in Unalakleet on May 4th.
A representation hearing for William Mathisen, Jr., is scheduled for May 25th. He is currently out on $1,000 bail.
Ransom Bradley is being held on bail set at $1,000 and will be arraigned at the Nome Courthouse on May 23rd.
Through combined efforts from Teller and Nome, firefighting personnel were able to enter the structure and contain the fire. According to NVFD, the burnt residence sustained major heat and smoke damage throughout but is still standing and can be repaired.
Troopers report 54-year-old Martin Moore, Jr., of Emmonak died due to injuries. An investigation is currently ongoing.
According to Alaska State Troopers, Kevin Bradley and Ransom Bradley III crashed while riding a four-wheeler. Kevin Bradley was found dead nearby.
Around 8am Sunday, according to Troopers, Basil Andrew of Chefornak was found in good condition. He was transported to Bethel after being rescued from a lake northeast of Kongiganak.
Troopers state Clinton Paul was cold, hungry, and thirsty upon being found on Sunday, but was otherwise in good health.
In a still-ongoing investigation, Alaska State Troopers have found the Koyuk School was burglarized more than once over a multiple-day period last week, with items reported stolen.
Troopers are seeking details on Vincent Matthias’ current whereabouts. He is believed to be in the Stebbins/St. Michael area. Anyone with information is asked to contact Alaska State Troopers at 907-624-3073.