Rochester man’s case dismissed

(ABC 6 News) – Olmsted County Court dismissed the case against Sean O’Grady of Rochester, according to court documents.

The reasoning cited on the dismissal is “in the interest of justice.”

O’Grady was accused of assaulting a peace officer, terroristic threats, and domestic assault.

(ABC 6 News) – A Rochester man accused of assault against his parents and Rochester police was found competent to stand trial.

Sean O’Grady, 23, was arrested in July after his parents called the Rochester Police Department for help with an altercation.

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According to Rochester police reports, O’Grady allegedly pushed an officer to the ground and scratched another in an attempt to reach his parents.

Olmsted County Court asked for a competency report in August, and ruled O’Grady capable of standing trial and participating in his own defense Monday, Oct. 10.

His next trial date has not been scheduled.