Halloween party stabbing: Teen remanded pending mental health assessments
A man has been remanded in custody pending further mental health assessments after allegedly stabbing a 17-year-old boy seven times.
Jack Bridson, 18, of Anagh Coar, has been charged with wounding following the incident at a Halloween party in Douglas in the early hours of Saturday.
No plea was entered at Douglas courthouse on Tuesday and the case was adjourned until 11 November.
The victim remains in Noble's hospital in a "stable condition", police said.
The incident took place during a party in the Hilltop Rise area of Douglas.