Suspect in racially motivated assault case appears in court, hearing scheduled

(ABC 6 News) – A Rochester man accused of a racist attack on a local business owner appeared in Olmsted County court virtually Tuesday.

Brady Robinson, 35, faces charges of felony 2nd-degree assault with a deadly weapon, 4th-degree assault – racial bias motivated, and 5th-degree assault.

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Robinson is accused of swinging a hammer at Gudalupe Martinez, the owner of Superior Cleaning Services, on May 16 when Martinez stopped by his building in SE Rochester.

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He will appear again in court June 21, for an omnibus hearing, which is commonly used to go over evidence in a case.