Carlin brothers face 89 charges over Derry violence
Two brothers have appeared in court accused of a total of 89 charges linked to a spate of violence in Londonderry earlier this week.
The older brother, Michael Carlin, is accused of rape during a series of violent incidents in Shantallow.
The 23-year-old, from Amelia Court, Ballymagroarty, faced 43 charges including having a gun, hijacking, multiple driving offences and rape.
His 18-year-old brother Andrew, from Knockdara Park, faced 46 charges.
They include having a gun, hijacking, making threats to kill, criminal damage and various motoring offences.
During a short hearing at Londonderry Magistrates' Court, Andrew Carlin shouted a derogatory comment to the parents of the alleged rape victim, who attended the hearing.
Both men were remanded in custody to appear again by video-link on 11 December.
A third man, 22-year-old Christopher O'Reilly, from Glenabbey Drive, appeared in court on Thursday on related charges.