Three teenagers have been sent forward for trial in the Central Criminal Court in connection with the investigation into the death of Cork Institute of Technology student Cameron Blair.
The 20-year old from Ballinascarthy died after being stabbed at a house party on Bandon Road in Cork city last January.
This morning, three people were brought before the courts in connection with his death.
A 17-year old - charged with the murder of Cameron Blair - appeared before Cork City Children’s Court this morning.
The book of evidence was served and he was remanded in custody to appear at the current sitting of the Central Criminal Court in Dublin.
A 14-year old secondary school student was also brought before the Children’s Court this morning.
He was charged with two counts - violent disorder and producing an article capable of inflicting serious harm at Bandon Road on January 16th last.
He made no reply to the charges after being cautioned.
The book of evidence was served and he was sent forward to the Central Criminal Court.
He was remanded on bail on the condition he abides by a curfew and signs on daily at his local garda station.
An 18-year old was also arrested yesterday evening and was brought before Cork District Court on the same two charges.
He was sent forward for trial to the Central Criminal Court and was remanded on bail on the condition that he abides by a curfew and sign on daily at his local garda station.
He cannot be named for legal reasons.
Reporting from Fiona Corcoran in Cork