The Norway man charged in the stabbing incident at the Pine Mountain Ski Jumps appeared in Dickinson County District Court Friday.
Seventy-four-year-old Andrew Michael Bray was charged with one count of assault with intent to murder and one count of carrying a concealed weapon.
The charges stem from an incident at the Pine Mountain Ski Jumping Tournament. Bray allegedly stabbed a deputy in the upper back.
At the preliminary examination, defense attorney Dan Jaspen requested an order for a mental examination as it relates to Bray's criminal responsibility.
"Certain history I was given by him, as well as family members, which indicates a long-standing treatment for psychiatric issues," said Dan Jaspen.
A request was also ordered for Bray's competence to stand trial. The next hearing date has not been scheduled.