Belfast Telegraph

Stab accused banned from area

A man accused of trying to kill a teenager in north Belfast has been banned from going near the scene of the attack.

Conor Bradley is among four people charged with attempting to murder the 19-year-old.

Bradley (21), of Iveagh Street in the city, also faces counts of possessing an offensive weapon and assault on police.

He was granted bail on condition that he stays out of north Belfast and has no contact with the victim.

A second suspect, Fergal Deeney (19), of Rosemount Gardens in the city, did not seek bail and was remanded in custody.

Deeney is charged with attempted murder and having an offensive weapon.

Two 19-year-old women are also accused of attempted murder and are due to appear in court later this month.

The attack happened at Cliftonville Avenue at around 10pm on Thursday.

The victim was stabbed in the backl.

Appearing before Belfast Magistrates Court yesterday, Bradley successfully applied for bail to live with a relative on the outskirts of the city.

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