The man accused of trying to abduct a Solana Beach girl from her school won't be back in court for two months.
Jack Doshay, 22, and his attorneys appeared in court Monday for a pretrial hearing.
He's accused of trying to kidnap a 7-year-old girl from Skyline Elementary School on March 23. He allegedly tried to wrap duct tape around the child's head and carry her off. Prosecutors say Doshay's DNA was found on the tape.
Her screams and kicks caught the attention of staff nearby and the girl managed to escape, unharmed.
Then on April 2, Doshay was arrested and charged with kidnapping, false imprisonment with violence and child abuse.
On Monday, defense attorneys filed for a continuation in his trial.
Doshay is being represented by prominent criminal defense attorney Paul Pfingst. His parents are affluent members of the community, with his father being a minority stake owner of the San Diego Padres.
The judge scheduled a readiness hearing on October 22 and a preliminary hearing on December 2.
Doshay left the courthouse with his defense team. He was released on $2.5 million bail in April.
The judge approved bail on the condition that Doshay enter a private in-patient psychiatric facility and wear an ankle monitoring bracelet.