Chrystian Little, the man charged with stabbing a local woman with a screwdriver last October, appeared in court Tuesday morning.
Results came back to decide whether the 32-year-old is competent to stand trial.
The results came back indicating he is not competent to stand, and therefore the defense asked presiding Judge Stephen Rouff to dismiss the case.
State prosecutors argued this decision and say the first time Little was sent for examination results showed he was competent to stand trial.
The judge decided to order Little to more mental evaluation.
He will appear back in court in October.