The suspect wanted in the deaths of a Bedford father and daughter has turned himself in to police, Thursday evening.

Ronald Newberry surrendered at the East Cleveland Police Department with his attorney just before 7 p.m.

The US Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force spoke with several family members and associated of Newberry throughout the day, Thursday, which ultimately led to Newberry's surrender.

Newberry is charged with aggravated murder in the deaths of Paul and Paris Bradley, whose bodies were found burned inside a car rented to the former back on Oct. 10.

Police say they have "direct evidence" (including a vehicle) against Newberry. He was considered "dangerous," and authorities believe he "may have done this before."

Officials believe both Paris and Paul Bradley were forcibly removed from their beds, and that Paris was possibly tortured for information before being shot to death. Paul Bradley was also apparently bound multiple times before being burned alive with his dead daughter in the car with him. A motive is still unclear, but authorities say it involved a robbery.

This is a developing story. Stay with WKYC for updates as they become available.