Adonis Drey Wilson appeared in front of a judge on Wednesday for the murder of Waterford resident, Stefanie Kroot Steinberg.

Adonis Drey Wilson, 35, was arraigned on Wednesday for the murder of 54-year-old Stefanie Kroot Steinberg of Waterford.

Steinberg was killed in a house fire at her Waterford home on Aug. 27.

The Waterford police were investigating the incident as a homicide and identified Wilson, who was a landscape worker, as a person of interest.

Wilson was arrested in September in Pennsylvania after a routine traffic stop. Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper then took the steps to have him extradited to Michigan.

Prosecutor Cooper charged Wilson with open-murder and second-degree arson.

The Royal Oak Tribune reported that according to the Oakland County Medical Examiner’s office, Steinberg’s death was a result of multiple sharp force injuries.

The Detroit News reported that Wilson appeared in front of 51st District Judge Richard Kuhn, who ruled that Wilson will remain in the Oakland County Jail without bond.

Prosecutor Cooper told The Jewish News that Wilson will appear back in court on Dec. 18 for a preliminary court conference in front of Judge Fox in the 51st District Court.

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