The missing wife of a Hell’s Angel member, who may face jail time for making threats, appeared in a Riverside County sheriff’s substation to report she was not the victim of foul play, deputies said.
Deanna Celeste Bradley, 40, told deputies Friday that she had been distraught over marital issues and voluntarily left her home near Temecula onTuesday, sheriff’s Sgt. Kevin McDonald said.
That disappearance prompted a continuance Friday in the sentencing of her husband, James A. Bradley. The Riverside Press-Enterprise reported the man is a construction contractor and Hell’s Angel member.
He was to be sentenced Friday for his conviction on a criminal threat charge against a subcontractor over a financial dispute, but the sentencing was postponed when the man said he was worried about his wife’s disappearance, the Press-Enterprise reported.