Nun Robber May Serve Life In Prison

DETROIT (WWJ) – A man who police say tried to rob a 74-year-old nun at gunpoint while she was locking up a church in Grosse Pointe Park has been arraigned.
  
Eighteen-year-old Raylon Wright was ordered held in the Wayne County jail on a $50,000 bond after Friday’s arraignment on an armed robbery charge.
  
Authorities say the nun was at St. Clare of Montefalco Catholic Church after a service on Feb. 28 when she was approached by Wright who pointed a gun at her and demanded money.
     
A preliminary examination is set for March 23. If convicted, Wright could serve up to life in prison.

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