A teenager was allegedly involved in setting fire to a car during Twelfth of July rioting in north Belfast, a court has heard.
Daniel Neill is also accused of having a firework as a weapon during the trouble which took place at Ardoyne.
The 19-year-old, of Newington Street, Belfast, appeared before the city's magistrates' court as part of ongoing attempts by police to catch those responsible for the disorder.
Around 20 officers were injured in clashes surrounding a contentious Orange Order parade and counter-demonstration held by nationalist residents.
Petrol bombs, fireworks and other missiles were thrown during rioting by hundreds of people on both sides of the sectarian divide.
Ten gunshots were also fired at police from a semi-automatic rifle.
Neill is charged with riotous assembly and possession of an offensive weapon in a public place, namely a firework.
He faces a further count of arson by damaging or destroying a motor vehicle.
An investigating police constable said he could connect him with all three alleged offences.
It was indicated that bail would not be opposed once a Loyal Order parade takes place this weekend.
Deputy District Judge Peter King remanded Neill in custody until next Tuesday, when an application for his release is expected to be mounted.