Adolescent accused of fatally stabbing armed individual at Dublin eatery

A teenager has been accused of fatally stabbing a 26-year-old man who was shot after shooting at people in a Dublin restaurant on Christmas Eve. The suspect, David Amah, 18, appeared in a Dublin district court on Friday, along with Wayne Deegan, 26, who was charged with assaulting someone during the same incident. They are the second and third individuals to be charged in connection with the death of Tristan Sherry. According to the Irish Times, the authorities believe Sherry entered Browne’s Steakhouse in Blanchardstown, Dublin, and opened fire on a group of individuals. A 48-year-old man who was struck in the neck died from his injuries on Thursday, prompting a murder investigation. Sherry was subsequently confronted and allegedly assaulted by some restaurant customers before being declared dead shortly thereafter. Amah and Deegan have been remanded in custody until January 9th by Judge Máire Conneely. Michael Andrecut, 22, was the first person charged in relation to Sherry’s death and is scheduled to appear in court again on January 16th.

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