Another man tried to plead guilty in his case Thursday, but Putman asked that the man undergo a mental evaluation first.
Mark W. Gensler, 49, of Yellville said he would represent himself and told the judge he wanted to plead guilty in the residential burglary case.
Gensler was arrested in April after police allegedly found him destroying a vacation home in Henderson.
Prosecution informed the judge that Gensler allegedly told police his name was Marcus Aurelius, a Roman emperor, and that he was from Jupiter.
Putman asked that Gensler be mentally evaluated before the court would accept a plea and continued the case to a later date.