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Auburn man charged with assault, felony robbery after summertime incident

New charges and a second arrest have followed a violent robbery and assault that occurred over the summer in Auburn.

Police say Sadiq K. Bonner-Judge, 19, of Auburn was taken into custody on a parole warrant.

The Auburn Citizen reports that Bonner-Judge was the second suspect in an apparent violent robbery that left one person hospitalized.

He was accused of entering a residence with another person, assaulting a victim inside the home, and stealing a small amount of cash.

The victim and suspects knew each other. Police said at the time that the suspect suffered possible broken ribs, and other minor contusions.

Bonner-Judge was charged with second-degree assault, along with two counts of second-degree robbery.

Sincere Harrison, 20, of Auburn was arrested on July 8th as part of the investigation. He had been charged with assault with intent to cause physical injury, as well as second-degree robbery.

Bonner-Judge remains in custody, according to police.