Bond Issued For Cleveland Murder Suspect

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Updated: 11/18/2013 6:42 pm
CLEVELAND, TN ( WDEF ) - A Cleveland man accused of murdering his wife stood before a judge Monday for a bond hearing.

Donnie Brantley's bond was reduced to $450,000 dollars.

Brantley maintains that he did not kill Marsha Rader Brantley back in 2009.

This cold case heated back up in August when authorities charged him with first degree murder.
Marsha's body was never found.

Authorities charged her husband based on evidence in the case.

There's no word on if Brantley has the money to bond out of jail.
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