Man expresses 'regret' over Tempo death

Gary Moane appeared in court in Strabane on Thursday Gary Moane was remanded in custody following Thursday's court appearance

A man has appeared in court in Strabane charged with murder.

Gary Philip Moane, 34, from Lisolvan Park in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh, is accused of murdering Ciaran Woods.

Mr Woods, 36, who was from Drumhaw, Lisnaskea, was stabbed to death at a house in Tempo on Tuesday morning.

Defence solicitor Gary Smyth said Mr Moane had expressed regret over the death of Mr Woods and shock at the tragic events that had unfolded.

Mr Moane was also charged with wounding Kathleen McQuaid and threatening to kill Damien Crudden.

There was no application for bail.

He was remanded in custody until 16 August when he will appear via video link at Enniskillen Magistrates court.


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