Belfast man charged with causing extensive damage to a flat in Derry yesterday

Defendant also accused of making a threat to kill

Derry man jailed for assault on mother and father

Derry courthouse.

A Belfast man has been charged with causing extensive damage to a flat in Derry yesterday.

Daniel Cooper, 25, from Devenish Drive in Newtownabbey, appeared before Derry Magistrates Court today.

He is charged with damaging a large TV, doors, a fire extinguisher, wardrobe, sofa bed, TV bracket, internet router and walls at a flat at Kennedy Place yesterday, April 8.

He is also charged with threatening to kill a woman on the same date.

There was no bail application made on Cooper's behalf.

He was remanded in custody to appear before the local c urt on May 6.

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