$1 million bond set for man accused of killing Vietnam veteran at laundromat

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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) -Bond was set at $1 million on Tuesday for the man charged in the murder of a 73-year-old laundromat employee.

Carl Sanders, 31, appeared in court via video.

He’s accused of shooting and killing David Brown on December 2 at the Wash-N-Dry Laundromat in Maple Heights.

David Brown (Family photo)

Police say Brown intervened when Sanders was assaulting some women at the laundromat; the women were not hurt.

Sanders faces a charge of aggravated murder and having a weapon under disability.

He told the judge he could not afford an attorney so one was appointed to him.

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