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Last Updated: Tuesday, 8 March, 2005, 13:03 GMT
Man faces court over hit-and-run
The incident took place in a car park
The incident took place in a car park
An 18-year-old Belfast man has been remanded in custody over a hit-and-run incident in the city centre.

Stephen Gerard O'Hagan, of Norglen Parade, is accused of the attempted murder of a man who tried to stop a car being stolen in Academy Street.

A 52-year-old man remains seriously ill after being struck by the car on Tuesday 1 March.

He is also charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm of the woman who owned the car and robbery.

Mr O'Hagan is also accused of dangerous driving, driving while disqualified and having no insurance.

A detective constable told the court that he made no reply when charged.

Mr O'Hagan was remanded in custody until the 5 April.



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