17-year-old charged with the stabbing of a teenager in Carrigaline

25/10/2013...WEB....ARCHIVE...STOCK...GENERAL VIEW.. Signage / symbol of justice - at the Criminal Courts of Justice at Parkgate Street in Dublin. Photograph:Frank Miller /The Irish Times

A 17-year-old was brought before Cork District Court, charged with assaulting another youth who was hospitalised after being stabbed and robbed in Carrigaline.

Detective Garda Declan Healey told Judge Olann Kelleher that there would be no objection to bail on a number of conditions:

The youth resides at a named address, stays off social media, stays away from intoxicants, does not contact the witnesses involved, he must sign on at a garda station three days a week, stays out of Carrigaline, Douglas and Blackrock, and must not be in direct/indirect contact with three named friends.

This bail application was granted and the teenager will appear in court again on the 10th of July.