Sunday 28 May 2017

'Tell my mam I love her' - accused teen

Gardaí preserve the scene at Seagull House on Rutland Avenue in Crumlin, Dublin, where Paul Curran was stabbed. Pic Collins Photos
Gardaí preserve the scene at Seagull House on Rutland Avenue in Crumlin, Dublin, where Paul Curran was stabbed. Pic Collins Photos

Andrew Phelan

A teenager charged with murder called out in court: "Tell my mam I love her."

Graham McEvoy (18) is accused of killing Paul Curran, who was fatally stabbed. He was remanded in custody for a week at Dublin District Court.

The accused man, Graham McEvoy
The accused man, Graham McEvoy

The accused, with an address at Captain's Road, Crumlin, is charged with murdering Mr Curran at Seagull House, Rutland Street on July 16.

Mr Curran (24) died after he was stabbed in the stairwell of the complex on Saturday.

"Obviously, there is no application for bail, considering the charge," defence solicitor Michael Kelleher told Judge Michael Walsh.

A bail application on a murder charge can only be made in the High Court.

Irish Independent

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