Testimony continues Wednesday in the child sex assault case against the man separately accused of being the I-35 rock thrower.
Patrick Eugene Johnson, the accused serial I-35 rock thrower, headed to court Tuesday to face charges of sexual assault to a child.
Johnson was arrested in June and charged with attempted aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after police say he was responsible for the majority of the rock throwing incidents over the last two years.
Police said after the incidents, the suspect would come back to the scene acting as a Good Samaritan and helping the people he had thrown rocks at. Often, the man would even reach out to media.
Johnson was arrested back in June. This after dashcam video showed him throwing a rock at an APD officer's vehicle.
Further investigation revealed Johnson was charged with aggravated sex assault of a child in 2012.
According to court documents, the sex assault victim told the police Johnson began to assault him when he was 13 years of age. The victim added the assaults lasted about two years.
Johnson’s trial will take place at the Criminal District Court on Tuesday. He could spend up to a life in prison for the sex assault crimes.