A Radcliff man is facing five felony charges after he was charged, while in the Hardin County Detention Center, with attempted murder.

Isaiah Elijah Bonner, 21, was charged earlier this month with five counts of attempted murder related to a reported shooting on the evening of Sept. 7, 2021, on University Drive in Radcliff.

According to an arrest citation served to Bonner while an inmate at the jail, he is responsible for firing multiple shots inside of a residence attempting to kill the five occupants.

Radcliff Police Chief Jeff Cross said through an investigation Bonner was identified as a suspect and charges were upgraded from first-degree wanton endangerment to attempted murder.

Bonner was arrested Sept. 15 for receiving stolen property, firearm, and possession of marijuana.

He is being held in lieu of a $250,000 cash bond at the jail.

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