Lithuanian appeared in front of Crown Court judge charged with in murder of nine-year-Old Lily Currency.
The girl was found with knife wound in fountain lane in Boston, Lincolnshire, on Thursday evening.
Davidas Skébas was taken into custody by the Royal Court of Lincoln. on Monday where he wasn’t required enter plea to the accusation.
Judge Simon Hurst told the defendant: “You will next before the court on September 19th. Hope on this date i can give you the date of the trial, which is the date when your trial may take place”.
Previously on On Monday, Mr. Skebas appeared in Lincoln Magistrates’ Court, where he only spoke to confirm his name, address and date of birth during a two-minute listening session.
He sat down in dock with glass panels wearing gray tracksuit and spent most of of two-minute hearing with his head down as well as eyes closed.
Mr. Skebas was detained after four CCTV shots of human detectives said they wanted tracking have been released.