Aaron Brandon Justin and his lawyer Kevin Allen will return to court Friday to have doctors appointed to examine Justin, who prosecutors say walked into the bank on Sept. 4 and handed the teller a note that read, "I have a bomb give me the money."
The teller panicked and froze, prosecutors said.
When she unfroze, she pushed the alarm button, but Justin had already walked away, helped himself to a cup of coffee, and strolled out of the bank, according to prosecutors.
He was contacted nearby, and arrested after witnesses identified him as the would-be robber, according to prosecutors.
Justin pleaded not guilty on Sept. 6 to charges of second-degree burglary. He remains in custody in lieu $50,000 bail.