The Earl Bradley’s former home is expected to be sold off during an auction this May 15th with neighbors hoping to put behind them the former pediatrician who is serving life sentences for sexually assaulting more than 80 young children.
The house sits on the main road leading into downtown Lewes and is in foreclosure with a debt of $560-thousand owed to US Bank.
The Wilmington News Journal reports that one neighbor exclaimed, “Sell it. Get rid of it.”
Meanwhile, Steve Kogler who works at a Lewes store told the paper that he wants to see the building demolished.
Meanwhile Bradley’s office on Delaware Route 1 has been demolished by its new owner.