One of the men accused of killing two Winter Park teenagers, before burning their bodies alongside a bike trail, is competent to stand trial, according to a judge.
Jesse Davis' lawyers tried to argue that he hears voices in his head and wanted him in a mental hospital, but that won't happen.
Nicholas Presha, 16, and Jeremy Stewart, 18, were found dead near a canal along the popular Cady Way Trail in Orange County on April 15. Autopsy reports revealed that the two boys were drugged, before they were bound and killed.
Davis and co-defendant Hector Rodriguez are charged with the shooting and burning deaths. Both were indicted by a grand jury in May on two counts of first-degree murder and armed kidnapping.
Davis is expected in court next week for a status hearing.