No bidders for home of convicted Del. pedophile

Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Dr. Earl Bradley

The Delaware home of a convicted pedophile pediatrician has failed to attract any bidders at a foreclosure auction.

The Lewes home of Dr. Earl Bradley went on the auction block on Tuesday with an opening bid of $230,000 set by U.S. Bank. No one in the audience of about 20 people bid on the property.

The house on Savannah Road has been vacant since Bradley was arrested in 2009 and charged with raping scores of children. Bradley has been sentenced to 14 life sentences without parole for 14 counts of first-degree rape. He has also been sentenced to more than 160 years in prison for multiple counts of assault and sexual exploitation of a child.

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