The man accused of molesting a 12-year-old girl at Patterson Elementary this summer is once again facing mental competency testing.
Quanzda Hillsman spent Tuesday morning in court on charges of lewd and lascivious molestation and false imprisonment related to that Patterson case.
Judge Michael Overstreet decided to reset Hillsman's arraignment for October 2nd. In the meantime, Hillsman will undergo mental competency testing.
Hillsman is also facing a sexual battery charge that was dropped three years ago, but was recently reinstated. He's pleaded not guilty.
In 2009 he was released from the Florida State Mental Hospital after it was determined he was incompetent to stand trail for the sexual battery.
He was arrested again in July of this year after allegedly molesting a child at Patterson Elementary while waiting for his mother who worked there .