‘Ninja’, 29, charged with attempted homicide for attacking his uncle with a hammer

By MailOnline Correspondent
Published: 21:50 BST, 21 Regal 2014 | Updated: 22:36 BST, 21 Regal 2014
A Pennsylvania man has been charged with endeavored murder after he dressed up as a ninja what’s more, assaulted his uncle with a hammer, police said.
Michael Norley Jr., 29, was captured Tuesday after escaping Upper Provision police for a day.

The man’s uncle, 57, was taking the junk out early in the morning at the point when he taken note a man dressed in all dark with a veil what’s more, helmet.
The man started to swing a ball-peen pound at the victim, who begun to run be that as it may was struck a few times.
In the battle that ensued, the casualty kicked the  attacker’s helmet, uncovering his nephew.

He started to shout Norley’s name, what’s more, the assailant ran away.
The casualty was taken to Crozer-Chester Restorative center, where he was conceded with extreme head trauma.

Police captured Norley about 6pm on tuesday what’s more, charged him with endeavored homicide, disturbed attack what’s more, neglectful endangerment, NBC Philadelphia reported.
‘Norley was addressed what’s more, conceded to his inclusion in the merciless attack,’ Police Boss David Montella told the Delaware Province Day by day Times.

‘Norley too given data with respect to the area of the weapon, as well as his ninja attire,’ he added.

His equip was found a few 100 yards from the scene of the attack.
Norley is being held in lieu of $500,000 safeguard at Delaware Province jail.

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