58-year-old Henry was back in court Thursday morning for what was supposed to be his sentencing after being arrested for the 1,000 time.
Instead, Fayette County District Judge Megan Thornton continued his case. Thornton asked Earl if anyone from the Hope Center had come to speak with him about a rehabilitation program she had recommended and he said No.
Thornton asked "her buddy" Earl if he would be interested in giving their rehab program a try and he said he would. Thornton said in court she would contact representatives from the Hope Center to make sure Earl got an interview.
Earl has been in at least one rehab program before. If Earl refuses the rehab program through the Hope Center or is found ineligible, he could face up to 90 days in jail.
He has already served 23 days since his latest arrest. He will be back in court next week.