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lorcan O'reilly

Teenage boy charged over fatal Halloween stabbing at Dublin flats

Lorcan O’Reilly was attacked after stepping in to stop a fight.

A TEENAGER HAS been charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of 21-year-old Lorcan O’Reilly on Halloween night last year.

The teenage boy is due to appear before Dublin District Court in Smithfield at 10.30am. He was arrested yesterday morning by officers from Kevin Street garda station.

Lorcan O’Reilly was stabbed to death at the Oliver Bond flat complex in Dublin city after he stepped in to stop a fight on Halloween night.

At the time of his killing, Superintendent Paddy McMenamin described O’Reilly as “a very respectable, decent young man”.

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