Derry murder accused back in court on other charges

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Keiran McLaughlin
A man accused of murder has appeared in court in Derry to face further charges.
Kieran Edward Joseph McLaughlin, of Ederowen Park in Derry is charged with the murder of Barry McCrory on October 10, last year. Today. he was back in court on seperate charges, as Ciara Ni Bhroin now reports.
Earlier today, 58-year-old Kieran mc Laughlin was charged with wounding another man with intent to cause him grievous bodily harm.
He is further accused of possessing a Stanley knife, and making a threat to kill the same man and a woman.
The charges relate to an alleged incident on October 8, last year.
During a brief hearing, McLaughlin confirmed his identity and nodded his head when asked if he understood the charges.
An investigating officer told Derry Magistrates Court he believed he could connect McLaughlin to them.
Kevin Casey, defending said there would be no bail application.
He was remanded in custody, and will appear in court again via videolink on February 13.

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