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Six-month-old baby now 'in stable condition' as man charged with attempted murder

The Lithuanian national has been remanded in bail following the “incident” on Saturday evening.

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A SIX-MONTH-old baby is now described as being in a “stable condition”, following an incident at an address in Co Fermanagh at the weekend that led to one man being arrested and charged with attempted murder.

The man, aged in his early 20s, was arrested following what police in the North are only describing as an “incident”.

Timuras Koslov, of Derrychara Drive in Enniskillen, appeared in court earlier today.

His defence solicitor told the court that during four police interviews, the Lithuanian national claimed that the incident “was an accident”, reports RTÉ News.

The PSNI said it had begun investigations after the baby was admitted to hospital shortly after 9pm on Saturday evening. The six-month-old is currently described as being in a stable condition at Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast.

The incident occurred at an address on the Castlecoole Road in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh.

Koslov was remanded in custody, and is due to appear before Enniskillen Magistrates Court via video link on 22 May.

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