Handcuffed with a gray sweatshirt draped over his shoulders, Aaron Ramsey, the on May 3, made a short appearance in Friday morning where his case was continued until Aug. 31.
Ramsey's public defender, Howard Ehring, told Patch that the case was continued because the presiding judge, Richard F. Comerford, Jr., was unavailable.
"We'll just see what happens on August 31," Ehring said.
On the way into the courtroom, Ramsey turned his head toward the audience and mouthed the words "I love you" to an unidentified person. On the way out, he turned again in the same direction and twice mouthed "Get me out of here."
Ramsey is accused of with a wrench and then stabbing his body repeatedly. He was found late last month and is being held on $1 million bond.