A competency hearing which began last month for accused Cady Way Trail murder suspect Jesse Davis resumed on Thursday. In previous testimony, four out of five doctors recommended that Davis belongs in a mental hospital. Davis has been previously diagnosed as a delusional schizophrenic.
Davis is one of two men accused of killing two Winter Park High School students. According to an investigation by the Orange County Sheriff's Office, Nicholas Presha, 16, and Jeremy Stewert, 18, were in the wrong place and the wrong time, when they attempted sell a stolen guns to Davis and Hector Rodriguez.
Davis, 30, and Rodriguez, 31, are accused of fatally shooting and then burning the bodies of the two teens along the Cady Way Trail in East Orange County.
During a hearing in July, prosecutors said they would not seek the death penalty should Davis and Rodriguez be convicted of murder.
Orange Circuit Judge Alan Apte has not yet ruled on whether Davis must stand trial or be hospitalized.