Three men are charged with grievous bodily harm with intent in connection with 'stabbing' at Tiger Court in Antrim town

Three men are charged with grievous bodily harm with intent in connection with 'stabbing' at Tiger Court in Antrim town

THREE men are accused of grievous bodily harm with intent; possession of a bat as an offensive weapon and possession of a knife at Tiger Court in Antrim town on January 10 this year.

They are: Neil David Foster (47), of Tiger Court; Charlie Valliday (25), of Durnish Road, Antrim; and Reece Devine (25), with an address listed as Greenmount Drive in Coleraine.

At Antrim Magistrates Court, sitting in Ballymena, the cases were adjourned to March 22.

The charges are linked to an incident in which a man was allegedly stabbed several times.

At the time of the incident the PSNI said: "The man was hit on the head twice with a baseball bat and bitten a number of times on his face, before being stabbed numerous times in the abdomen.

"The man attended hospital for treatment to serious injuries, which are not believed to be life threatening at this time."