Patrick Rudolph was charged with attempted murder.
Guam – Patrick Rudolph, the man accused of stabbing a female cashier in the head, will remain behind bars unless he is able to come up with 50-thousand dollars cash bail.
On Monday, Patrick Rudolph allegedly entered Bang’s Market in Yigo and stabbed the female cashier, who is also his landlord, in the head with a kitchen knife before walking out with a liquor bottle.
Police had called on the public’s help to locate Rudolph who was later found after a tip was received that Rudolph was walking along Gayinero Road towards DL Perez Elementary school. Rudolph was taken into custody without incident.
In court today, Rudolph was formally charged with attempted murder, first degree robbery, and two counts of aggravated assault, all with the special allegations of use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony.
While the probation office deemed Rudolph a low risk offender, Superior Court Judge Benjamin Sison ordered Rudolph be held on $50,000 cash bail.
His next court hearing is scheduled for September 1 at 4pm before Judge Anita Sukola.